Neato sees a world where every home hassmart, helpful robots.
NEWARK, Calif., March 18, 2020 – Neato Robotics, a leading provider of intelligent robot vacuums for the home, today announced the appointment of Heiko Erhard as Senior Director, Head of Strategy and Product Management. Heiko will be responsible for driving Neato’s strategic vision as the company continues its strong path of global growth, operating out […]read more
When you hear the word “summer,” what comes to mind? You might envision sunshine, days at the beach, travel and vacations, and more. It is also a time for celebration with loved ones; in fact, the summer has been nicknamed “wedding season” because it has become the most popular time for people to get married. […]read more
Working from home has become the new normal for many. There’s no doubt it will continue in some way, shape, or form as companies around the world rethink how colleagues work and interact with each other moving forward. With “home” and “office” now one and the same for many, and this new normal continuing on […]read more
Spring is in full swing and now is a great opportunity to refresh your living space with a good spring cleaning. Since we’re remaining indoors more than ever, it’s the perfect time to give your home a deep cleaning—including those nooks and crannies you may have neglected or messes that may have accumulated—so you can […]read more
We’ve been hard at work to bring added smart home support for Neato intelligent robot vacuums. While the D3 robot vacuums and newer already supported integrations with Amazon, Chatbot on Messenger, Google Assistant, IFTTT, and Wear OS by Google, over the past few months we’ve added other ways to work with your favorite smart devices. […]read more
A NEW WAY TO TALK TO YOUR NEATO ROBOT If you’re already taking advantage of the Neato integration with Google Assistant, this new update makes it easier. With Google Assistant’s globalization features for voice commands, this integration supports multiple languages. Here’s what that means for you Previously, saying “Hey Google, ask Neato to clean,” would […]read more