Korean startup company Reset uses robotic technology to clean and remove snow

Reset Company has developed technology to clean snow easily.

Changing global climate has caused abnormal weather conditions proving detrimental to humankind. Extreme cold often results in uncontrollable snowfall and rain, for which current building designs are unprepared for. The damage caused to buildings costs a company millions of dollars. There is a growing need for technology that can face the changes that the planet is witnessing every year.

Making life easier

Reset Company, a Korean startup founded in 2016, has made great progress in the field. The company is developing 100% unmanned snow removal and cleaning robots that can detect snow and rain by itself and perform snow removal and cleaning. Not only does this help prevent building exteriors from being damaged, but it also prevents human accidents that can be caused due to slips and falls. The benefit to the environment is also manifold.

The robot also cleans the dust and pollutants stuck on the surface thereby improving PV generation and preventing the breakage of solar modules and structural collapse.

The robot’s wipers automatically wipe using thermal sensors and can be controlled from indoors using a “Reset snow” controller. The parts are made of stainless steel for durability and the surface is anodized aluminum. What’s more, the wipers are waterproof, dustproof and can switch direction. The robot has a high-performance DC motor to secure a strong driving force. The easy to install setup is also easy on the maintenance costs.

Getting rave reviews

The company has already garnered several prestigious awards in the last two years for its excellent innovation as well as consumer favorite brand target. The company has been selected as a global IP company and certified by the Korean Intellectual Property Office. The company has also expanded its reach and opened two offices in Japan.

Reset Company’s team will be attending the GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK to be held from October 6 to 10 in Dubai, supported by the Korea Institute of Startups & Entrepreneurship Development (KISED). The GITEX is the biggest tech show in Middle East, North Africa and South Asia that attracts many prominent leaders from global companies, major media outlets, and influential investors.

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