iRobot
 

About iRobot

Founded in 1990 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology roboticists with the vision of making practical robots a reality, iRobot has sold more than 15 million robots worldwide. The company has developed some of the world's most important robots, and has a rich history steeped in innovation. Its robots have revealed mysteries of the Great Pyramid of Giza, found harmful subsea oil in the Gulf of Mexico, and saved thousands of lives in areas of conflict and crisis around the globe. iRobot inspired the first Micro Rovers used by NASA, changing space travel forever, deployed the first ground robots used by U.S. Forces in conflict, brought the first self-navigating FDA-approved remote presence robots to hospitals and introduced the first practical home robot with Roomba, forging a path for an entirely new category in home cleaning. With more than 25 years of leadership in the robot industry, iRobot remains committed to building robots that provide people with smarter ways to clean and accomplish more in their daily lives.

Automatically detects dirt

Dirt Detect™ sensors alert the robot to spend more time cleaning concentrated areas of debris. It's great for high-traffic areas and those occasional messes.

Sweeps corners and along walls

Designed to sweep corners and along walls, the robot catches dirt, dust, and hair where they hide.

Navigates seamlessly

Guided by advanced navigation software, the robot moves effortlessly around obstacles and under furniture, adapting its path to clean your floors more thoroughly.