Disinfection Robots In Healthcare
Nursing homes are places that provide elderly care services for the elderly, who are generally weak or disabled. Groups with poor resistance need a safe environment to ensure that they would not be infected by the virus. Our UVC disinfection robots in healthcare can provide quick and effective disinfection for various areas in the nursing home, so that the elderly can live in a safe environment and enjoy their old age without being bothered by virus and bacteria. Because the disinfection robots in healthcare have automatic obstacle avoidance functions, and disinfection robots in healthcare will not cause harm to the elderly during moving. At the same time, Robot Maya, an autonomous disinfection robot, can realize the coexistence of man and machine, which can also disinfect the air in various areas during the day to protect everyone's safety in real time and reduce the manual disinfection workload of the staff.
Types of Disinfection Robots In Healthcare
Mobile robots move along wires or tracks predefined around hospitals and clinics. Cleaning and disinfecting mobile UVC robotics can use ultraviolet lights, hydrogen peroxide vapor, or air filtration to help reduce infection and disinfect accessible locations in a unified manner.
Autonomous Disinfection Robot
Autonomous robots with a built-in light detection and ranging (LiDAR) system, visual computing, or mapping function can automatically navigate to the patient in the examination room or hospital room, allowing clinicians to interact from a distance. The robots can track their own batteries and return to the charging station if necessary.
Some autonomous UVC mobile robot clean and disinfect and navigate in infectious disease wards, operating rooms, laboratories and public hospitals.
Disinfection Robots In Healthcare Future Trends
Blue Point's philosophy is to combine proven UV-C sterilization industry solutions with advanced robotics to create innovative hyper-light disinfection robot that help the healthcare industry.
As the scope of tasks performed by autonomous UVC mobile robots increases, we can expect to see more and more disinfection robots in healthcare field. In the short and medium-term, we can expect robots to be extended in tasks that do not involve extensive interactions with doctors, nurses and patients, such as extracting and handling materials and drugs. In the long run, as software algorithms evolve, we will see more and more robots interacting with humans. For example, smart nursing home assistants are developing, such as checking if someone has water, serving them without water, and providing entertainment and helping caregivers.