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BrainOS is a proprietary operating system ​ that integrates with off-the-shelf hardware and sensors to provide a "brain" for robots being used in industries such as commercial floorcare, logistics, healthcare, material handling, security and personal services. Its computer vision and AI libraries provide self-driving capabilities to enable robots to navigate cluttered and dynamic environments. [1]

On December 4, 2017, Brain Corp was recognized as the Most Innovative Product (MIP) in the Robotics and Unmanned Vehicles. Sponsored by CONNECT, a leading San Diego-based start-up accelerator and entrepreneurship educator, the MIP Awards focus on technologies and product innovations developed by San Diego's most innovative companies.

BrainOS-Powered Commercial Floor Care

One of the initial market verticals for Brain Corp is the commercial floor care space. By integrating its BrainOS technology into industrial floor scrubbers they become capable of operating in real-world environments without direct operator control. Embedded into brand-name floor care equipment, BrainOS is optimized for safety and designed to work alongside human teammates.

On August 23, 2016, Brain Corp announced its partnership with International Cleaning Equipment (ICE). A global company headquartered in China, ICE develops specialized equipment for the industrial and commercial cleaning industry, with distribution across the United States, Europe, and Asia. This was the first partnership for Brain Corp in the commercial floor care industry. Brain Corp has since entered into partnership agreements with top floor care companies including Minuteman, NSS Enterprises, and most recently, Tennant.

On November 17, 2016, the company announced its robotic floor care application was awarded the 'Innovation of the Year Award' by ISSA, the Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association. ISSA recognizes products and services in the cleaning industry that have a positive impact in terms of practicality, sustainability, cost-savings, and other key factors.

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