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Al Yousuf Robotics provides Avidbots to UAE University
Date: 10-05-2018

Al Yousuf LLC, a home-grown global conglomerate, is further expanding to include an exclusive Robotics Division. This division will work on developing and promoting smart robotic systems for varied commercial, industrial and household purposes, engaged in creating utilities that amplify human life; Al Yousuf Robotics falls under Al Yousuf Smart Solutions. Al Yousuf Robotics is dealing with different robots for commercial floor cleaning, high rise cleaning and window cleaning.

Spanning a journey of over 65 years, Al Yousuf LLC continually strives to exceed customer expectations through constant innovations and improvements. Staying true to its mission, the Robotics division aims to deliver excellence and scale new heights. Al Yousuf Robotics division has been broadly divided into two categories - industrial and retail. The industrial fleet consists of Avidbots – NEO Autonomous Navigation Technology Robotic Floor Scrubber from Canada with integrated technology, which is capable of operating in any commercial floor space with quality cleaning and reporting. NEO Floor Scrubbing Robot was launched at UAE University – Al Ain along with the Facilities Management partner Berkeley Services and Khadamat Facilities Management on April 17, 2018. The retail & home fleet includes Hobot for Glass Cleaning and U-Bot for floor cleaning. These cleaner robots are well-equipped with the latest technology and sensors to provide high-end cleaning services and save time as well as cut down on expenses.

Tamim Khaled Yousef, Division Head of Al Yousuf Robotics said, “As the industry expands, Robotics is offering novel growth prospects on a global scale and we’ve taken up this opportunity for our company to invest, innovate and drive advancement in the technologies of tomorrow. Al Yousuf LLC is delighted to introduce our exclusive robotics division to the UAE market. We have plenty of surprises planned out to make the most of the emergent market in robotics and this is just the start.” 


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