Director of Innovation at Brain Corp Discusses the Competitive Edge that New Cleaning Technology Provides
From bathroom sensors to autonomous floor cleaning robots, the cleaning industry is going through its most innovative technological revolution since the invention of the spray bottle that still works even upside down. The Director of Innovation for Brain Corp, Paul Behnke, penned an enlightening article for ISSA (International Sanitary Supply Association) about the place that new technology is making for itself in the cleaning industry. The integration of smart trash cans, sensor-laden bathrooms, and autonomous floor cleaners (and more) is giving cleaning service providers access to something they have never had before: reliable data. The capability of these technologies to measure and record patterns that have never before been noticed give way to more efficient and valuable services to be provided. Mr. Behnke goes on to say that while technology's presence in the cleaning field still has room to grow, at its core cleaning will always been a people business. He states clearly that cleaning can never be a fully autonomous process. In the coming years, people and machines will learn to work alongside one another and our buildings and streets will be cleaner than ever.
See what else Paul Behnke has to say about cleaning tech in his full article below!
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