Tailos Rosie Housekeeping Robot
The World’s First Housekeeping Robot
Rosie is a robotic vacuum with best-in-class commercial cleaning performance. Rosie provides real-time data with analytics for optimizing housekeeping operations. Multiple Rosie commercial robot vacuums can operate as a team to clean larger spaces for continuous all-day operation in complex indoor environments.
- Rosie hotel room cleaning robot meets the exacting standards of commercial cleaning with a fully autonomous vacuuming solution.
- Rosie performs at effective cleaning speeds of more than 1,000 square feet per hour with continuous all-day operation.
- Rosie is highly optimized for cleaning dynamic indoor environments with superior edge cleaning and maximum space coverage around obstacles.
- Rosie creates new data-driven cleanliness standards using environmental data from on-robot sensors.
- Rosie integrates with your housekeeping operations for simple zero-touch deployment.
- Multiple Rosie robots can operate as a team for more efficient cleaning of larger indoor spaces.
Labor Pool - Rosie is used by some of the top hotel brands in the world to automate more than 2 hours of cleaning operations per housekeeping staff member shift.
Variable Cost - A single robot can deliver a ROI as high as $8,000 per year purely by supplementing labor needs in highly variable hotel operations.
Employee Health - Rosie improves housekeeping employee satisfaction and wellbeing by reducing the risk for common wrist and back injuries associated with hours of daily manual vacuuming.
Consistency - Rosie creates new cleanliness standards, consistently cleaning indoor spaces on a regular basis. These standards guarantee cleanliness and superior air quality in indoor spaces.
How is the robot different than consumer vacuuming robots used at home?
Rosie is specifically designed for commercial applications with best-in-class reliability, performance, and support. Consumer robots are better suited for homes where cleaning is limited to smaller spaces for short periods of time. Rosie is capable of performing a full day of continuous cleaning while meeting the exacting standards of commercial cleaning operations.
How does the robot help cleaning staff?
Vacuuming is one of the more strenuous activities and Rosie is able to accomplish this task autonomously. Think of Rosie as a co-worker for cleaning staff. This enables cleaning staff to focus on providing a higher quality of service while improving their general well-being and health.
How do I purchase the robot?
Rosie can be leased for cleaning operations. The lease includes the robot as well as all the maintenance and support required to operate the robot at its best. Please request a quote for a free, customized quote for your property.
Is the robot a good investment for my company?
Rosie has been successfully integrated into housekeeping operations at some of the biggest brands in the hospitality industry. Not only does Rosie enhance housekeeping operations, but it also enhances the experience of occupants of the property with a higher level of cleanliness.
How well does the robot clean?
Rosie provides the same level of performance as commercial manual upright vacuums that are used in cleaning operations. Rosie generates an impressive 65 cubic feet of airflow, which enables it to provide best-in-class cleaning performance in a compact form factor.
Is the robot safe to operate around people?
Rosie is safe to operate around people. Rosie is powered by software with advanced algorithms that detect dynamic obstacles like people and then Rosie avoids these obstacles. Not only does Rosie avoid dynamic obstacles, it is able to clean the same space once the dynamic obstacles have moved.
What are the dimensions of the robot?
The dimensions are 12.7″ x 20.7″ x 8.5″. Rosie is almost half the weight of the standard commercial manual upright vacuums.
What kind of spaces is the robot capable of cleaning?
Rosie is designed to vacuum any indoor space. Powered by software with advanced algorithms that create a map of the space in real-time, Rosie does not require any maps or codes or beacons to operate in a given space.
Does the robot fit underneath and in between furniture?
Rosie has a compact form factor, which allows it to reach tighter spaces underneath and between furniture. As long as there is adequate clearance for Rosie, it can reach tighter spaces and perform high quality cleaning.
What is the battery life of the robot?
Rosie comes equipped with 3 batteries and a charger. The battery life may vary in different operating conditions, but Rosie is designed for a full day of housekeeping operations without the need for recharging.
Is there training required to operate the robot?
Rosie is very simple to use. The basic operations are intuitive for cleaning staff. We provide self-service training for basic operations. We can also train property management staff for basic maintenance tasks.
How do we configure the robot to operate at our property?
Rosie is ready to start operations straight out of the box. The basic cleaning operation requires no configuration. The robot may need to be configured to connect to the WiFi network at the property. Rosie has some self-service configuration features like adjustment of suspension height to improve performance on various types of floor surfaces.
Do I need to map my property before using the robot?
No, Rosie is powered by software with advanced algorithms that actually creates a map of the space in real-time. So Rosie does not require any maps or codes or beacons to operate in a given space.
How does the robot know what spaces to clean?
Rosie is designed to vacuum any indoor space and is powered by advanced algorithms that create maps in real-time. Once Rosie is placed in a space, it will clean all areas that it can access.
How do we know that the robot has cleaned a certain space?
Rosie returns to its starting location once it has completed its cleaning operation in a given space. Rosie also uploads data via WiFi and we can monitor cleaning coverage and performance remotely.
How many robots do I need for my property?
Rosie operates with a speed of around 1,000 square feet per hour, but this is highly variable depending on the layout of the space. KniTec can help you estimate - (866) 469-711 or email@example.com.
CASE STUDY #1
Investment for room cleaning technology improves guestroom turnaround
Baseline: 16-17 rooms cleaned daily per room attendant
With Tailos: 18-21 rooms cleaned daily per room attendant
The 500+ room branded hotel was driven to become more efficient serving their guests and leveraging their 30,000 square feet of meeting space. Adjacent to a busy airport, the hotel continually sought to improve their cleanliness scores and overcome inconsistent WiFi coverage. With industry labor shortages and high turnover, the hotel needed a competitive advantage to streamline housekeeping operations, reduce staff injuries, and improve employee satisfaction.
The full service hotel partnered with Tailos to pilot autonomous self-driving vacuums named Rosie. Rosie was deployed to work alongside room attendants as they cleaned guest rooms. While the room attendant was cleaning the bathroom, Rosie vacuumed the bedroom, saving valuable time and resulting in a cleaner hotel room. As Rosie cleaned, she also collected valuable in-room data, notably WiFi strength throughout the room.
- Dates: 11.08.16 – 1.31.17
- Duration: 3 months
- Areas Cleaned: Guestrooms
- Number of Rosies: 14
Efficiencies: With an average daily time savings of 33 minutes, room attendants were able to clean 18-21 rooms compared to 16-17 (same time period), while also reducing overtime.
WiFi: Rosie detected poorWiFi areas, enabling the hotel to fix spotty areas and reduce the annual $150,000 spent on free F&B and discounted rates for guest complaint recovery.
Associate Health: Room attendants reported feeling better at the end of the day – with less shoulder and wrist pain and more energy.
Cleanliness: By significantly decreasing the dust and debris from nearby construction, GSS scores increased.
CASE STUDY #2
Autonomous vacuum cleaners yield 2.5 more credits per shift
Baseline: 35 minutes to clean one room per attendant
With Tailos: 29 minutes to clean one room per attendant
The 74 room branded hotel was looking for a way to increase housekeeping efficiency. The hotel property offers many large suites that take an average of five minutes to vacuum. In addition, the housekeeping manager and room attendants were tasked with cleaning public areas at the end of their shift each day. This typically meant there was little time left to clean hallways and other main areas within the hotel.
The select service hotel partnered with Tailos to pilot self-driving vacuums named Rosie. Rosie worked along with room attendants as they cleaned guestrooms and suites. The housekeeping manager also used Rosies to clean hallways every day. By using Rosie to clean both rooms and hallways, the hotel offered a cleaner experience for guest sand saved time on each shift.
- Dates: 08.23.18 – 12.19.18
- Duration: 3+ months
- Areas Cleaned: Guestrooms & Hallways
- Number of Rosies: 4
Efficiencies: With an average room cleaning time savings of 5.5 minutes, room attendants are able to cleanup to 2.5 more rooms per day.
Hallways: By using Rosie to clean hallways, the housekeeping manager was able to save 39 hours per month.
Associate Engagement: Room attendants enjoyed using Rosie and felt “like Rosie was a daughter”. The housekeeping department even included Rosie in their group Halloween costumes.
Cleanliness: Management observed a decrease in dust levels throughout the hotel, especially in rooms and along the edges of hallways.
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