Software advancing over time
Engineered with Simulation Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) technology and 26 sensors performing specific tasks, the robot is armed with 360 vision to know where to clean, where it has already been and is intelligent enough to sense dust and create dust maps of your home.
Working in tandem with the user-friendly MyDyson app to navigate, create, customise and schedule cleaning zones at specific times of the day, the 360 Vis Nav intelligently cleans with a runtime of up to 50 minutes before it automatically takes itself to its dock to recharge.
As your robot is connected to your home Wi-Fi, it'll receive software updates as the engineers at Dyson further develop their technology – meaning your machine could become even more advanced over time.
And if you had any privacy concerns about the data surrounding mapping out your house, fear not, for this information is stored locally on the machine and deleted after five days.
Will the 360 Vis Nav be the next Dyson product to reach cult status?
The machine has four cleaning modes, including 'auto' which analyses dust levels and chooses a suction level accordingly. And I was rather impressed watching the robot do its thing – navigating corners and obstacles – to suck up every little speck of dust, oat, dirt and salt in a few strides at a recent live demonstration.
Will this robot vacuum be the next Dyson product to reach cult status?
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