While the robot, named Ariel, can travel 3 to 6 meters per minute on the pool, it also traps foreign objects such as flowers and insects with its purse-like structure behind it.

Although swimming in the pools in the open area is fun, the pools need to be cleaned from foreign objects such as leaves, insects etc. Now, Pivot-Solar Breeze researchers have developed a robot that can do this job.

The batteries in the robot, which has waterproof photovoltaic solar panels on its top, provide the energy required for the robot to work on sunny days, while charging the battery that allows it to operate for 10 hours at night.

While the robot, named Ariel, can travel 3 to 6 meters per minute on the pool, it also traps foreign objects such as flowers and insects with its purse-like structure behind it. In addition, the small front wheel in front of the robot can pick up smaller objects.

Sensors on the sides of the robot enable the robot to detect the pool edges, and according to claims, Ariel can clean the pool in an average house in approximately 1.5 hours.

Finally, let’s add that Ariel can collect parts up to 200 microns in size and can operate between 4 and 54 degrees Celsius.

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