Ecovacs Robotics

  • Developing a solar panel cleaning robot for commercial rooftop and utility-scale solar applications
  • Robot attaches to and moves across the solar panel using suction cups; cleaning method uses only brushes and suction similar to a household vacuum cleaner
  • Robot weighs 25 kg  and Ecovacs claims...

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