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These Wheelie Bins Take Themselves Out On Rubbish Day

These Wheelie Bins Take Themselves Out On Rubbish Day

Bins - the cause for many a fight between roommates and other halves. But rubbish tensions are about to come to an end with a revolutionary new product that will allows you to pre-programme your bin to take itself out.

Let's be honest taking out the bins truly is one of the most painful (and smelliest) chores, but with this new self-driving wheelie bin that brings itself out, it no longer has to be.

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The new technology called Smartcan promises to save homeowners the pain of dragging the rubbish out to the curb by having their bin do it for them.

Speaking of the development, Andrew Murray, SmartCan creator and Rezzi CEO, said: "We want to help people eliminate unnecessary chores from their daily lives."

"We see an opportunity to... really help alleviate the burden of the mundane physical tasks that everyone faces.

Credit: SmartCan
Credit: SmartCan
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Credit: SmartCan
Credit: SmartCan

Adding: "Rezzi is looking to build on the progress of notable smart home and IoT companies to do our part in redefining this consumer landscape."

The way the SmartCan works is easy - users simply place a metallic base with AI-powered wheels underneath their bin.

Homeowners then set the day they want their rubbish taken out on a downloadable app, also called SmartCan, and input the distance between the two docking stations, one near the home and the other by the road.

Credit: SmartCan
Credit: SmartCan

After the bin is emptied, it automatically knows to return to the docking station at the user's home. Eh Voila! No mess, less stress and no excuse for forgetting to put them out again.

The tech firm is set to release SmartCan to the market sometime late next year and is yet to share how much it will cost consumers.

Despite the lack of info, we already know it's going to be a game-changing must-have for homes. For more information about the technology click here.

Featured Image Credit: SmartCan

Topics: Real, Technology

Lisa McLoughlin

Lisa is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. She has worked for MailOnline, The Sun Online and Ireland's national broadcaster RTÉ. Please contact her on itslisam[email protected]

 

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