Gausium makes cleaning large buildings easy as pie @ CES 2023 - Show Notes

Gausium makes cleaning large buildings easy as pie @ CES 2023

Thursday Apr 13, 2023 (00:18:33)


If you have ever had the responsibility of maintaining a commercial property, you know that it can be more than a full-time job. Trying to keep the floors clean, especially in a multi-level facility, can be a real pain. Without question, as soon as you start working on a particular area, something goes wrong somewhere else, and you have to leave what you're doing and deal with something else. Fortunately, the team at Gausium has developed a robot to automate away the cleaning process.

What is Gausium?

Gausium is a smart robot designed specifically to manage floor cleaning in a large building. Its compact size and advanced features allow it to easily navigate through even the tightest spaces and clean hard-to-reach places. It is reliable and efficient, using a combination of soft brushes and powerful suction to dislodge dust, dirt, debris, and other contaminants from surfaces.

The best part about Gausium is that it does all the work for you. All you have to do is switch it on and watch it go. It can be remotely controlled from your smartphone, allowing you to set up a cleaning schedule that works around your facility's schedule.

In addition, its sensors detect stairs and furniture so it can safely navigate its way around rooms without bumping into anything. Because of its focus on commercial buildings, it can also navigate between floors. All of this is possible because of the system's incredibly sophisticated 3D mapping technology. It is able to create a detailed map of its environment, as well as adjacent environments. It can also charge itself on one of several charging bases, which can be placed around the building, even on different floors.

Who is Gausium for?

The Gausium cleaning robot is intended for nearly any type of commercial property. Take, for example, a shopping mall. The robot could spend its nights, during closed hours, cleaning the entirety of the common areas - the hallway, food court, elevators, and more. During the day, it could live on the charger, preparing for the night. However, if something went wrong, like a spill during normal operations, it could be summoned to the location to clean up the spill.

A similar situation could exist in the world of education. In a public school, the robot could wander the school and clean classrooms, cafeteria, and halls at night. It could be available for incidents during the day. Or, it could be used in universities. One or two in each classroom building could keep the classes clean. One in each dorm building could keep the common areas of the building clean.

There is a large collection of other industries that could benefit from the Gausium cleaning robot, such as hospitality, hospitals, logistics, and manufacturing.

Learn more

The Gausium cleaning robot is available now for a variety of industries and usages. To learn more about the company, its full product line, and how it might improve your workflow, check out their website.

Interview by Daniele Mendez of The New Product Launchpad.

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Daniele Mendez


Daniele is a software engineer at Lockheed Martin after graduating from Florida Polytechnic University. In High School, she was introduced to the science and technology world through the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), a robotics foundation where students of varying ages can compete through tasks that their robots perform. With help from mentors she met through FIRST, she became interested in programming and developing. Today, Daniele is a special events host for F5 Live: Refreshing Technology and PLUGHITZ Live Presents and a co-host for both The New Product Launchpad and FIRST Looks.

Scott Ertz

Episode Author

Scott is a developer who has worked on projects of varying sizes, including all of the PLUGHITZ Corporation properties. He is also known in the gaming world for his time supporting the rhythm game community, through DDRLover and hosting tournaments throughout the Tampa Bay Area. Currently, when he is not working on software projects or hosting F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, Scott can often be found returning to his high school days working with the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), mentoring teams and helping with ROBOTICON Tampa Bay. He has also helped found a student software learning group, the ASCII Warriors, currently housed at AMRoC Fab Lab.


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