Video | flooring robot undergoes initial tests

A flooring robot developed by an Israeli start-up has undergone proof-of-concept trials.

The flooring robot has been developed by Easy Floors Robotics. The start-up claims it can create precision flooring in half the time compared with traditional flooring methods and cuts 75% of the workforce that is usually required. Furthermore, it “creates a high-level finish that no human hand can achieve”.

The robot can work with all types of polymer, Easy Floors states, including liquid-like epoxy and powder-like micro topping or decorative concrete. It can even apply linoleum made of cork.

The robot and Easy Floors chief executive and co-founder, Lior Ferdman, recently appeared on the Israeli version of Dragons’ Den.

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