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UV-C light

When UV-C light is applied, it kills living bacteria and inactivates viruses. This is because it irradiates RNA and DNA strands, breaking cells down on a molecular level. UV-C germicidal irradiation peaks at 254 nm wavelength and has been found to be effective in decreasing the risk of transmitting multidrug-resistant organisms.

Applying UV-C light by UVD Robots in a hospital environment can help reduce microorganism transmission risks and ensure cleaning teams reach higher levels of disinfection in their environments.

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Self-Driving UV-C

The germicidal characteristics of close-range UV-C light are well known. In larger areas, however, UV-C light can encounter challenges associated with shadows and distances. These challenges require static UV-C devices to be repositioned manually multiple times. Only with the autonomous, self-driving UVD Robots, UV-C light is sufficiently distributed to all surfaces of a given area.

Autonomous disinfecting by UVD Robots will free up staff. All it needs is to be set up by a tablet app with a map of the room. And then the UVD Robots will remember the room layout and with a few clicks disinfect the room. UVD Robots save time for the cleaning staff that only needs to start the disinfection route of the autonomous disinfection robot. From here on the staff is freed up to continue with other assignments like preparing the next room for disinfection.

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Cameras and sensors

UVD Robots come equipped with laser scanners and 3D cameras, as well as heat and motion/walk sensors to recognize obstacles in their way. The combination of features provides the highest safety in the industry.

By accessing these cameras via the control tablet, the operator can navigate the robot remotely.

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Safety features include sensors that can detect if and when a person enters a room during disinfection. If someone is detected, the disinfection process will stop immediately. The safety system is triggered if the robot is placed too close to a wall, person, or other object above 15 cm (6 in).

UVD Robot's offer a convenient and chemical-free solution to disinfecting hospital environments, thus reducing the need for dangerous chemicals for the benefit of both staff and patients.

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Ease of use

UVD Robots are easy to integrate with existing standard operating procedures and workflows for a seamless experience. The intuitive user interface and state-of-the-art technology make installations and training easy, ensuring your hospital is up and running in just a few hours

With UVD Robots Fleet Management system, you have access to detailed disinfection reports including UV-C exposure map of the disinfected area, and you can export a PDF directly from the report. With the disinfection history you can provide reporting towards hospital environmental hygiene KPIs and a repeatable, systematic approach to disinfection.