Since the normalization of the prevention and control of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the daily investigation and flow adjustment have become more and more arduous, which not only consumes a lot of manpower and material resources, but also increases the risk of cross-infection between staff and testers. Fighting the epidemic with science and technology, making up for and replacing the shortage of labor with smarter and more efficient robots, has become the main theme of the future anti-epidemic battle. Robots can effectively reduce human-to-human contact and reduce the possibility of secondary transmission and cross-infection. As a "black technology" in the field of virus elimination, it uses technology to empower epidemic prevention work and maximize the protection of front-line medical staff and isolated patients, the safety of service staff, and build a "smart line of defense" for them. A variety of robots, such as temperature measurement robots, mobile patrol robots, disinfecting robots, and delivery robots, can work on the front line of epidemic prevention 24 hours a day, making the epidemic prevention truly zero-contact, safer and more efficient.
At the epidemic prevention and control site, self-service robots are used to accurately detect the body temperature of personnel, reduce the queuing and gathering rate of the tested personnel, save manpower, and effectively avoid personnel contact and cross-infection. The temperature of the machine is measured, and the error is 0.5 degrees Celsius. Wherever the person moves, the robot can achieve rapid recording, which can well meet the daily duty needs. What's more, the robot can also detect that pedestrians are not wearing masks in the past, and if someone is not wearing a mask, it will immediately issue a reminder. At the same time, it has two sets of voice systems, the high-pitched broadcast is used for publicity, and the voice intercom is used for warning alarms.
In epidemic prevention and control work, "disinfection" is an important part, but human disinfection has problems such as low efficiency and difficulty in ensuring personal safety of personnel. Therefore, robots have a strong alternative. Disinfection has become the first line of defense against the virus. The disinfection robot can carry out autonomous mobile multi-point disinfection for environmental objects and air, which fully makes up for the shortcomings of traditional fixed air disinfection machines, ultraviolet lamps and chemical fumigation methods. 99.9999% kill effect required for horizontal disinfection. Disinfection robots expertly sterilize objects with deep UV light. When faced with complex objects, the robot can not only recognize its shape, but also independently plan the disinfection trajectory to achieve efficient and accurate disinfection. The excimer disinfection lamp equipped with the robot can sterilize the irradiated air. At the scene of the epidemic, in addition to completing the disinfection of the operating environment in the operating room, the disinfection robot can also focus on high-level disinfection along the path for the high-frequency activity areas of patients, medical care, and medical waste, focusing on multi-point terminal disinfection for the areas where patients and medical staff are located.
During the epidemic prevention period, using robots to deliver goods can avoid excessive contact between staff and quarantine personnel. In addition to ward rounds in hospitals and nucleic acid testing in epidemic prevention stations, many tasks can be delivered to robots. For example, delivery robots can replace the staff to complete simple distribution tasks and minimize the risk of infection. For example, in large-scale commercial complexes, office buildings, museums, etc., which are crowded places, the use of delivery robots to "run errands" and "deliver meals" can effectively reduce human contact and help these places reduce the risk of epidemic prevention and control to a certain extent.
Fixed-point temperature measurement autonomous service robots and mobile epidemic prevention robots can reduce human contact, disinfection robots can reduce bacterial infection, and distribution robots can achieve contactless distribution. The use of this series of "black technologies" also makes medical staff and the general public feel more at ease and safer!