ADELAIDE, (July 18, 2023) – Adelaide Airport has become one of the few airports in Australia with advanced cleaning robots after being deployed by workplace environment specialist ServiceFM.
It marks a groundbreaking milestone in the evolution of Australian airport cleanliness and hygiene standards.
The introduction of the Avidbots Neo 2 cleaning robot at Adelaide Airport demonstrates ServiceFM’s commitment to leveraging state-of-the-art technologies to enhance workplace hygiene. These cutting-edge robots are equipped with intelligent software, advanced sensors, and a wide range of cleaning tools, enabling them to efficiently and effectively sanitise the airport terminal.
Key features of the cleaning robot include:
Automated Cleaning: The robot is programmed to manage airside floor cleaning at the airport. Operating autonomously, it navigates seamlessly through different areas, optimising cleaning routines and reducing the risk of human error.
Enhanced Safety: Although in this instance the robot will be operating outside of air travel hours, its integrated advanced sensors and artificial intelligence algorithms allow it to detect and avoid obstacles, ensuring the safety of airport passengers and employees. They are designed to operate in crowded spaces, making them ideal for maintaining hygiene standards in high-traffic areas.
Real-time Remote Monitoring: ServiceFM’s cleaning robot is equipped with a sophisticated monitoring system that provides real-time updates on cleaning progress. This enables efficient task management and ensures comprehensive cleaning coverage across the airport premises.
The implementation of the cleaning robot at Adelaide Airport exemplifies ServiceFM’s dedication to fostering a cleaner and healthier workplace environment. By reducing the reliance on manual cleaning methods and embracing automation, the partnership aims to elevate cleanliness standards to new heights8
This initiative aligns with our commitment to providing a safe and hygienic environment for passengers and staff. The introduction of these advanced robots will enhance our cleaning operations and contribute to the overall well-being of our airport community,” said Mr O’Neill.
ServiceFM’s Managing Director, James Pollock, said the robots are a proven way of delivering a better work environment to the Airport.
Mr Pollock said with the reduction in the need for a manual clean, cleaning staff have been given the opportunity to upskill and redeploy to other areas of the business.
ServiceFM is a leading workplace environment specialist committed to providing comprehensive facility management solutions. With a focus on leveraging cutting-edge technology and best practices, ServiceFM partners with organizations across various sectors to optimise their workplace environments and enhance overall productivity and well-being.
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