Robots adapt to the world with the coronavirus


Robots that detect fever, distribute hand sanitizer, sterilize spaces, deliver groceries and even answer medical questions about the coronavirus are a business option that some robotics companies have found in the new scenario that opens with covid-19.

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reliable robotics director of robotics and intelligence, aswin sarang, grabbed four of the robots they had prepared, changed the software and turned them into something new and necessary in a country with almost 35,000 covid-19 cases and nearly 300 dead.

Four different robot options

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Pepper is one of those robots. It is a small white humanoid 1.20 meters tall, 28 kg in weight and with a capacity to operate for about 12 hours, and is probably the most sociable of the small family of four robots recently developed by the company.

This humanoid not only understands and speaks 15 languages, but is also capable of detecting emotions in people and even recognizing their faces, making him perfect conscious and educating people about the virus through conversations and his interactive screen

Sarang explained that pepper can help doctors communicate with their patients remotely without having to be in the same room, helping to limit contact with the infected to prevent infections.

The little man has a rougher-looking brother with broad shoulders that comes equipped with a highly sensitive thermal sensor and optical sensor to determine if a person has a fever, as well as a smart disinfectant dispenser.

The robot is designed to collaborate in the fight against the virus at airports, shopping centers or hospitals.

In those same places, in addition to boats and offices, you can operate the third design of this company, since its function is to use and disinfect rooms when there are no people inside.

Finally, the last of the brothers, Bristabot, makes "contact-free" deliveries and is perfect for delivering basic products such as medicines and food to quarantined patients in hospitals or isolation centers.


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@tipu curate

05.06.2020 03:35
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Upvoted 👌 (Mana: 0/20 - need recharge?)

05.06.2020 03:35
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Wow! Technology is growing very fast than we can ever imagine and the use of robot/Artificial Intelligence to solve human problems seems to be more ubiquitous in our modern world today.

I was still reading @eni-ola post about kitchen robot which helps in making and serving food to people and now we now have robots in the health sector helping to reduce the effect of coronavirus in humans just like what the pepper and Sarang robot are seen to be doing. This is really great and I'm glad the world is really shifting to modern technology everyday!

Thanks for sharing this great post with love from @hardaeborla and I hope you have a great day ahead
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05.06.2020 05:46
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Hello friend, thanks for commenting.

It is really amazing how covid-19 has managed to accelerate all this technological process in the world, every day we see something new that arises, most devices intended to help deal with the pandemic and facilitate the new normal.

05.06.2020 16:52
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every day we see something new that arises, most devices intended to help deal with the pandemic and facilitate the new normal.

This is actually what happens almost every day and these experts are really making cool cash from this too 😊

Thank you for your lovely reply 😊

06.06.2020 16:15
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@fucho80 robots are the future of human advancement , robots technology is very helpful in fighting with corona virus.

05.06.2020 14:32
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Correct friend, Robots are present more and more frequently in human-related activities, and they program them for any purpose.

05.06.2020 16:54
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Before covid-19 I looked suspiciously at artificial intelligence and robotics for fear that man's work would be futile in the future. Today, however, I see how indispensable these technologies can be in dangerous situations for humans, as is happening with the pandemic. I think we could have reduced the infections and acted promptly with people positive for the virus.

05.06.2020 15:15
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Today, however, I see how indispensable these technologies can be in dangerous situations for humans, as is happening with the pandemic.

I agree with you, I think that its true use must be where humans cannot carry out habitual activities or where life is at risk, that is where robots must enter.

05.06.2020 16:58
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Covid-19 indeed opened the doors to some amazing business ideas and the use of robotics will definitely save doctors from being infected by the virus.

06.06.2020 16:54
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