Nowadays, the world is facing an invisible enemy that is threatening our lives. The new coronavirus (COVID-19) is an infectious disease, which can rapidly spread through respiratory droplets and contact with infected patients.
The rising demand for an effective way of reducing infection rates in hospitals, work settings, airports, schools, etc. makes us question the effectiveness of the traditional sanitation methods that we are currently using.
Actually, Robotics Industry is a major contributor to the fight against this invisible enemy. By allowing hospitals, businesses, and schools to disinfect and ensure hygiene with a level of human safety, dependability, and traceability that would have been unimaginable in past crises (SARS ).
Disinfection robots can play a vital role as a facility’s “first-responder”. When a room or site is most contaminated, disinfection robots can easily enter to sanitize the floor and air without the risk of infection. Follow-up hygiene tasks can then be carried out manually, but at lower risk to human staff.
Besides this safety value, disinfection robots reduce the cost and complexity of sourcing biohazard clothing and equipment for manual disinfection.
Our Healthcare Robot SIFROBOT-6.1 provides a vital solution to prevent the spread of fatal germs and viruses, such as the new Coronavirus COVID-19.
It is used in hospitals, hotels, theaters during musical concerts, or any large social gathering. The robot moves autonomously with a dry mist sterilization system allowing it to diffuse a sterilizer product in a large working space with its wide-spectrum disinfection effect.
The robot can disinfect and kill diseases, viruses, bacteria, and other types of harmful organic microorganisms in the environment by breaking down their DNA-structure. It disinfects 99,99% of the bacteria and viruses.
In fact, Disinfection Robots increase the safety of staff, workers, patients, and students by reducing the risk of contact with bacteria, viruses, and other harmful microorganisms. This can effectively prevent and reduce the spread of infectious diseases, viruses, and bacteria such as the new Coronavirus.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this article are for explanatory purposes only. SIFSOF is not responsible neither for the misuse nor for the wrong or random use of the robots.