The Coronavirus pandemic has not only changed the way we live but also opened doors to artificial intelligence and robotic systems for executing different functions. Robots can be easily integrated within the corporate sector, hotels, healthcare and, even, homes, helping to reduce workloads, maintain social distancing and create safer environments. Take a look at some hardworking robots from Indian robotics company Milagrow that can perform a variety functions.
Robotic vacuum cleaners use a self navigating and live mapping system to both collect dust and wash the floor. These are compact in size, have an antibacterial body, antibacterial filters and various sensors for obstacle, wall and stair detection. The bots for the outdoors have a pulse mist dispenser and a medicine box to spray sanitising solution upto a distance of 5 metres.
There’s a lot of talk about how the Coronavirus can survive on glass for a few days, and so this surface emerges as a potential source of transmission of the virus. The window and wall cleaning robots are suitable for cleaning the windows or façade of a building. These have a 360 degree movement feature and use a three stage cleaning process of wipe-mop-wipe.
Remote Interaction and Concierge Humanoids
Humanoids have walking capabilities and facial recognition. In hospitality settings they can be customised to handle reservations, hotel check-ins and food delivery to tables.
Currently humanoids are helping health care workers on the frontline to deliver medicines and food to patients in the isolation wards of hospitals. They are also enabling doctors to remotely monitor and interact with their patients.
Air Duct and Swimming Pool Cleaning
Air conditioning ducts are hard-to-reach, they can easily get contaminated with a lot of dust, dirt, bacteria, mould and other allergens. The air duct and shaft cleaning robots are a great way to sweep and vacuum different sizes of the air conditioning ducts. Pool cleaning robots and ionisers are designed to keep the water clear, eliminate algae, reduce chlorine and the need for a water filtration plant.