The Roborock brand presents today its latest novelty: the Roborock S6 MaxV. This new robot of the S line, has a stereo camera, or dual camera, that allows to overcome obstacles in a very advanced way thanks to the ReactiveAI technology. In addition, for the first time it comes with a Qualcomm APQ8053 processor from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., providing maximum performance in terms of connectivity and AI to the MaxV. ReactiveAI technology allows the vacuum cleaner to not only recognize but avoid common obstacles in the home. With this, users, especially families and people with pets, can start their robot vacuum cleaner with less worries than ever.
“ReactiveAI’s seamless integration with our advanced laser technology enables the Roborock S6 MaxV to estimate the size and location of everyday obstacles, as well as the best way to clean around them, setting a new standard for our robot vacuum cleaner with navigation technology smartest yet, “he says. Richard Chang, CEO of Roborock. “Powerful image processing technology has brought us to work with Qualcomm Technologies for the first time, a journey we are excited to begin, while continuing to envision what the next generation of vacuum robots will be like to navigate today’s world. ”
This vision is shared by Dev Singh, director of business development, autonomous robotics, drones, and smart machines at Qualcomm Technologies. “The advances that Roborock has made in the home robotics industry in recent years are remarkable,” says Singh. “We are excited to be working with Roborock on the first product they launch with a stereo camera and heterogeneous Qualcomm APQ8053 processor – endowing the MaxV with extremely high computing performance and a battery with greater autonomy – in an effort to bring the following to life. generation of vacuum robots. ”
Advanced obstacle recognition and draw
The Roborock S6 MaxV is equipped with a dual front camera that captures detailed images at a maximum speed of 30 fps, allowing for powerful image processing to recognize and avoid everyday objects such as pet litter, scales, or shoes.
ReactiveAI technology allows the robot to avoid obstacles and uses Convolutionary Neural Networks for image processing, trained with tens of thousands of images thanks to the fast and powerful Qualcomm APQ8053 processor.
Roborock’s most powerful robot vacuum cleaner
With its 2500 Pa of suction, which is 25% more suction power compared to its predecessor S6, the S6 MaxV is the most powerful vacuum cleaner that Roborock has released so far, capable of picking up the finest dirt from floors hard and work more deeply on carpets.
The S6 MaxV also features an extra long 5200mAh battery – allowing you to clean up to 3 hours (in silent mode). In addition, the Smart Top-Up system (or smart recharge) makes the robot recharge only enough to complete a long cleaning when necessary.
New and smarter functionalities have been introduced at the software level. In particular, multi-level mapping technology, a feature highly demanded by consumers that allows the robot to automatically recognize and save the different levels of a house.
Now each floor can have its own configuration of No-Go Zones (no-vacuum zones) and No-Mop zones (no-scrub zones), and the already popular automatic room recognition functionality, which automatically divides a floor into rooms – It can also be expanded to different floors.
The Roborock S6 MaxV will be available in Europe at the end of the second quarter of this year at a price of € 649.