The initial phase of iRobot began with the belief that the three sources (Colin Angle, Helen Greiner and Rodney Brooks) would change the mechanical autonomy industry in the world and the way it works, learning, treating and even working without spots.
In 1996, the Ariel expert robot was created, designed to identify and crush mines. Originally planned for mine clearance, this strategic guard robot helped the World Trade Center look after the September 11 attacks in 2001, and also oversaw the damaged area of the Pentagon.
The robot entered everyone's life in 2002. This year, when the first Roomba mechanical vacuum cleaner arrived, the American Navy included the Packbao model in its standard equipment. Three years later, iRobot added the group of robots to the general scuba jumping machine Scooba and tried to create and grow new expert robots. Meanwhile, the latest development accompanied the arrival of the new era of the Roomba arrangement 700 automatic vacuum cleaner, the world's best mechanical vacuum cleaner in 2011.
Over twenty years of iRobot's history includes various riots and striking situations. IRobot's expert robots serve reliably in adaptation missions and look forever, even where expectations are getting less and less. Today, more than 15 million Roomba automatic vacuum cleaners have been sold worldwide, and this number continues to grow steadily.