Aramark’s COE to Evaluate FM Robot Solutions

Contributed by BSM Staff

PHILADELPHIA -- To improve efficiency and achieve superior results, Aramark, a provider of food and facilities services, is partnering with Pringle Robotics, a developer of autonomous robotic solutions for facilities management.

The collaboration will work to install floor cleaning robots and operational software solutions at key customer facilities.

“Our clients depend on us to introduce leading technologies that can help to manage their facilities in a way that delivers superior cleaning efficacy with an attractive cost structure,” said John Hanner President and CEO of Aramark Facilities Management.

Pringle Robotics has worked closely with Aramark Facilities Management and its Facilities Center of Excellence (COE) to evaluate, pilot and deploy its CC1 and CC3 autonomous floor cleaning robots and customized and integrated software solutions at Aramark accounts across the company’s portfolio.

One facility they’re deployed at is The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, one of the largest convention centers in the country, serving over a million visitors every year.

The autonomous robots navigate through the convention center, cleaning and scrubbing a variety of floor types including hard surfaces, carpeted meeting rooms and lobbies.

Aramark’s Facilities COE is guided by the objectives of standardization, innovation, data analysis and fact-based decision-making to drive the most efficient and effective processes in the industry.

Robotic solutions developed by Pringle Robotics support these goals in multiple ways. The CC1 multipurpose commercial floor cleaning robot and the CC3 industrial-grade autonomous floor scrubber enable floor cleaning to be automated and performed to a consistently high standard.

“The successful deployment of our floor cleaning robots and facility management software integrations at Aramark’s customer facilities points the way towards optimized and scalable cleaning innovation,” said Sudheer Sajja, founder and CEO of Pringle Robotics.

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