Think Outside
the Bot

Rosie is a robotic vacuum cleaner with best-in-class commercial cleaning performance. Like a self-driving car, Rosie utilizes AI technology to autonomously operate in complex indoor environments, including hallways, guest rooms, and meeting spaces.

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Automates more than 2 hours
of cleaning operations per staff
member shift

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Increases hotel property asset
value by more than $2M per Cap
Rate of 5.1-6.6%

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Decreases turnover, insurance
rates, and workers’ compensation


Robots designed for the
Hospitality Industry

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Raises the guest experience by enhancing cleanliness in hotels - more effective cleaning coverage than manual vacuuming

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Offering zero-touch deployment which is designed to set up and scale operations by housekeeping staff with ease

Improves hotel employee satisfaction by automating one of the most tedious tasks in housekeeping

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Effective cleaning speed of more than 1,000 square feet/per hour with continuous all-day operation in dynamic indoor environments

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Increases the efficiency of housekeeping with an ROI of $8,000 per robot/per year

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Cleaning performance that is at par with standard upright commercial vacuum cleaners

Trusted by the Nation’s leading Hospitality brands

  • hyatt hotels logo
  • great wolf lodge logo
  • fairmont hotels logo

Our AI platform is
more than a vacuum

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How Tailos got
its robotic start

The idea of Tailos was born after our founder, Micah Green, saw issues while working as a room attendant at the Statler Hotel on Cornell University’s campus. Tailos later graduated from the REV Ithaca and Cornell Life Changing Labs Summer Accelerator programs in 2015, and grew to the first-ever working prototype in 2016.

After only 2 years, Tailos (Formerly Maidbot) has created dozens of jobs and partnered with dozens of multi-billion dollar real estate, hospitality, and retail companies. In 2017, Tailos closed a Series A round of financing with Octave Ventures, as well as a Series B round led by Reckitt Benckiser – the makers of Lysol in 2020. We’re just getting started and have many cost-efficient, automated solutions to offer the hospitality industry.

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