Exyn Technologies, which provides a full stack of software and drones for GPS-denied environments, shared the results of a feasibility study on the use of UAVs for disinfecting large areas with UV-C light.
RMUS, or Rocky Mountain Unmanned Systems, will distribute, integrate, and service Sarcos Robotics’ Guardian S robotic crawler system. The mobile robot is designed to be a rugged platform for industrial inspection, public safety, and more.
Shanghai-based Keenon Robotics has joined the companies and universities offering disinfection robots for the ongoing fight against the novel coronavirus.
“What can I do to support the battle against COVID-19? I kept thinking about this question over and over again,” says Yu Qi, Head of Siemens China’s Research Group for Advanced Manufacturing Automation located in Qingdao. As China intensified its efforts to combat the virus during Chinese New Year holidays, he was trying to figure…
Robotics and automation can help manufacturers, healthcare workers, and consumers get through the novel coronavirus situation, says German association VDMA.
Denmark-based UVD Robots has selected Uchimura Robotics to resell its autonomous mobile disinfection robots in the Southeastern U.S.
NTU Singapore researchers have developed XDBOT, a semi-autonomous mobile robot with an arm to spray disinfectant and aid humans working overtime to clean public areas.
Blue Ocean Robotics’ UVD unit has been providing mobile disinfection robots both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. We spoke with its CEO about the global response and post-virus aftermath.
The founder and CEO of Blue Ocean Robotics, which spun out UVD Robots, explains how his organization is responding to global demand and counterfeits.
As part of our ongoing coverage of technology developments and applications in response to COVID-19, here are more robots addressing the pandemic.
Widespread public concerns about COVID-19, commonly referred to as the coronavirus, have led to a host of robots and drones for disinfection, delivery, and crowd control.
UVD Robots has been offering disinfection robots for more than a year, but interest has spiked with the coronavirus outbreak.
Dimer UVC is among the companies offering mobile robots that can disinfect areas using ultraviolet. It offered its services to three U.S. airports following a deadly disease outbreak in China.