Dreame’s Robotic Pool Cleaners To Hit North American Shores in September

Dreame’s Robotic Pool Cleaners To Hit North American Shores in September

Dreame Technology’s robotic pool cleaners answer your pool cleaning needs!

China-based Dreame Technology, a rapidly growing tech company known for its household cleaning devices, has unveiled its latest innovation: the robotic pool cleaner. With a keen focus on the mid-to-high-end market, Dreame Technology is set to introduce two state-of-the-art models of robotic pool cleaners. These products have already entered full-scale manufacturing and are poised to make their debut in the North American market, starting with Amazon in September.

These autonomous devices are designed to effectively eliminate sand, dust, impurities and dirt from every nook and cranny of a pool. As per an industry report, the global pool stock stood at 30 million in 2022, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6%. The ever-expanding market is worth over RMB 7.3 billion, with 21% of households with pools now using pool-cleaning robots. 

Since its establishment in 2017, Dreame Technology has made significant breakthroughs in high-speed digital motor technology, guided by the principle that “core technology is the root of everything”. Its high-speed digital motor is now considered to be at the forefront globally. 

In just three years, Dreame Technology has expanded its presence to more than 120 countries and regions, including the United States, Germany, France and South Korea, marking its position as a key player in the intelligent cleaning industry. The company reported a nearly 60% year-on-year surge in overseas sales in 2022, with e-commerce business seeing a 200% boost. 

Dreame Technology’s founder and CEO, Hao Yu, emphasizes the company’s commitment to broadening the application of robotics technology across various sectors, such as households, businesses, agriculture, healthcare and transportation, with the goal of having robots serve families and society more effectively. 

Since its inception, Dreame Technology has been delving into the expansive field of robotics, with creations like the bionic quadrupedal robot dog and the intelligent food delivery robot. The introduction of the Robotic Pool Cleaner reinforces Dreame Technology’s footprint in the trillion-dollar robotics industry, driving the company towards being a multi-faceted global technology entity.

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