The service industry is massive, but it hasn’t reaped the full benefits of our connected world. Commercial IoT systems can control lighting, monitor and regulate heating, alert us to unexpected water use, or even deploy robots, but incompatible software makes it impossible for devices to share data or even work together. SRT is changing that.
Want to get the most out of your facility with custodial robots, smart dispensers, and building monitoring?
Do you have a business with a task that can benefit from some robotics expertise? Maybe we can help.
SRT wants to include your smart device into our framework. We'll even help you sell it!
We are excited to announce that SRT has won a $50k grant from Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology (CIT)! CIT sponsors the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF), which funds small businesses in the Commonwealth of Virginia to develop new and promising technologies in preparation for commercialization.
Buck Ward, an advisor to SRT and founder of CyberClean Systems, invited us to Richmond to discuss his new venture and outline how we will be working together in the future. It was exciting to see CyberClean HQ, a small warehouse space in Richmond, packed full of well over a dozen industrial robotic floor cleaners. His new venture will be providing consulting services to commercial buildings looking to deploy custodial robotics and connected devices.
Today, SRT submitted a proposal to the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF) sponsored by Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology (CIT). Our proposal, entitled "SRT's Map-Building Robot for Creating Visual Facility Maps", requests funding to enhance SRT's map building robot, which is used to create a map of every facility in which SRT deploys the M1. This base facility map can be used to track the locations of service robots within the facility, static devices, or even tagged assets as they are moved throughout a building.