Among other functions, humanoid robots would have the ability to patrol spaces, dialogue with clients or patients, emit auxiliary calls, play audiovisual content, make video calls remotely, recognize faces, gender, emotional state, age, and take temperature measurements.
The Spanish capital company Grupo ADD – Futura Vive Technologies has announced the creation of a range of sanitary robots to create COVID-19 free zones thanks to disinfection by chemical and physical methods. To achieve this, they have updated and expanded the capabilities of the company’s social robots , Tokyo the Robot.
According to the Ticbeat portal , among other features, Tokyo Sanitary will be able to disinfect spaces by means of spray or ultraviolet light, which kill germs by decomposing their DNA structure, and therefore prevents and limits the scope of viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms harmful to the Health. It should be noted that disinfection by ultraviolet light is a physical method that does not use any chemical component.
The company reveals that spray diffusion models can use any type of approved liquid. Currently 0.5% sodium hypochlorite is used, as well as hydrogen peroxide through the dispersers that Tokyo Sanitary can emit at different angles to work on different surfaces or for the environment itself.
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Tokyo Sanitary can operate completely autonomously or by remote control or thanks to automated patrols. After half an hour of operation the disinfection is complete and people can return to their workspaces. In addition to disinfection, they are capable of providing customer service.
Among other functions, humanoid robots have the ability to patrol spaces 24/7, dialogue with clients or patients, emit auxiliary calls, play audiovisual content, make video calls remotely, recognize faces, gender, emotional state, age and take temperature, and run specific business software for hotels, restaurants, retail, events and health centers such as hospitals and residences.
Another feature of Tokyo Sanitary is its ability to measure the temperature connected to a security lathe to carry out access controls. Your system can detect the visitor’s temperature so that it stays within desired temperature parameters with an error level of ≤ ± 0.5ºC. Its module can record up to 30,000 faces to allow personnel entry and take its temperature.