Together for perfection
Finding ways to work faster. Smarter. More efficiently. Cheaper. Isn’t that what it’s all about in today’s business? But your people are already the best they can be. So, in order to be prepared for the future, you need to think out of the ordinary. Open the door to technology. Discover robotics. And make them work for you.
Hello here are Robin and Roy
Robin and Roy could be your new co-workers. They automatically feed your towel folder whatever brand and whatever type.
Imagine you had the choice. Would you choose consistent and reliable output, quality and productivity, without any downtime? Or would you rather settle for less?
Length: 6665 mm
Width: 3013 mm
Height: 3224 mm
Max. length: 2200 mm
Max. width: 1100 mm
Various sizes of towels.
Optional AI logo recognition available
Automatically ejects guest towels.
Length: 4222 mm
Width: 2774 mm
Height: 2831 mm
Max. length: 1100 mm
Max. width: 700 mm
Standard towel assortment
Vlaardingen, The Netherlands. A sunny Sunday morning. Landuwasco has a day off and so do I. In the newspaper I read about a self-driving car, equipped with a vision system. My thoughts take me away… If such a system recognizes complex things from different angles, such as people, cyclists and road signage, how difficult can it be to recognize textile?
That thought turned out to be the very first step in a long process of innovation. Central question: can we develop a folder feeding robot using vision?
We tried for a long time and just as our efforts started to take shape, we met Erwin and Marc. They were just as enthusiastic as we were. Their enthusiasm easily blended with our goal and that was the beginning of a very successful cooperation.
We decided to have the vision-system developed in Delft. For building the robot, we worked with Biko, our well-trusted business partner from Switzerland. On 25th September 2017, Walter, Alex, Marc, Erwin, Markus and Christoph officially started Laundry Robotics. What started out as a Sunday morning thought had now become reality.
Less than a year later, Robin, the first solution is born and…..it’s working! In 2020 his little brother Roy is born.