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The Increasing demand for affordable and efficient healthcare.





Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (ultraviolet C or UV-C, commonly referred to wavelengths between 200 – 280 nm) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.

What is UV-C disinfection?

UV-C disinfection utilises UV-C light at wave lengths of 200 to 300 nm to destroy the DNA structure of viruses, bacteria, yeasts and fungi in seconds, leaving the microorganisms inactive and unable to spread, preventing further infection. This form of disinfection has a sufficiently high irradiance ensuring the UV-C disinfection is reliable and environmentally friendly.

Why use a UV-C robot?

There are several options available for facilities and businesses when it comes to UV-C disinfection, but shadowing must be considered. UV-C light can only disinfect surfaces that it can reach which can create problems areas that are shadowed. UV-C Robots is an innovative technology to solve this issue. By combining UV-C disinfection technology with an autonomous robot, it becomes a reliable solution that significantly reduces the likelihood of shadowing.


How does UV-C robots it work?

Our Robots have industry-leading navigation technology, high-precision positioning, memory-based mapping, recording personnel routes, autonomous movement, smart obstacle avoidance, and long-term stable operation in a responsible environment. Our robots will be able to function fully autonomously and will make its way around corridors and rooms, disinfecting configured areas. UV-C light is harmful to humans so the benefit of our robots technology is that it doesn’t need manually moving and works autonomously or off a tablet device. As soon as it detects a human 3 meters away, it stops the radiation.

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Modern hospitals are under increasing pressure. They operate around the clock and both the quality and cost of healthcare are constantly scrutinized.

Behind the Scenes

Behind the scenes, logistics play a vital role in smooth and efficient operation, and the more these processes are optimised, the more time healthcare staff can spend with patients. By using mobile robots to automate a lot of the logistical tasks, it is possible to free up resources to focus on increasing the quality of care for patients.

24 / 7

Modern hospitals operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and logistic processes are increasingly becoming automated. This is in response to changes in lifestyles and demographics which are putting pressure on healthcare facilities as never before. Improving the quality of – and access to – healthcare, while controlling costs as populations age and grow is a major challenge for the healthcare sector.

Automation of internal hospital logistics is a way for hospitals to reduce costs and spend less time on non-care related tasks. Hospitals should be seen as an eco-system where food is brought in and waste thrown out, while beds, medical instruments and thousands of other things are constantly moved around. The more this is automated, the more time healthcare staff can spend with patients.



Relying on advanced AI and manufacturing technology, deep technical advances have been built in the fields of positioning and navigation, motion control, multi-machine scheduling, perception and obstacle avoidance.


Automated Guided Vehicles can help the healthcare logistics processes tremendously more effective. They can transport goods such as linen, food, medicine and empty beds and deliver them to each department as they need them.

At Med Robots, our values ​​are quality, capability and innovation. Our mission is to provide robotic solutions through innovation, research, development, production, licensing and commercialisation of robots in hospital environments.


Social robots interact directly with humans. Our “friendly” robot Veida can be used in long-term care environments to provide social interaction and monitoring. They may encourage patients to comply with treatment regimens or provide cognitive engagement, keeping patients alert and positive. They also can be used to offer direction to visitors and patients inside the hospital environment. In general, social robots help reduce caregivers workloads and improve patient's emotional well-being.


On screen consultation

Autonomous robots with a robust range of depth cameras can greet and guide patients like a receptionist would. Our robots can also self-navigate to patients in exam or hospital rooms, allowing clinicians to interact from afar. Robots controlled by a remote specialist or other worker can also accompany doctors as they make hospital rounds, allowing the specialist to contribute on-screen consultation regarding patient diagnostics and care. These robots can keep track of their own batteries and make their way back to charging stations when necessary.

A powerhouse of functions

With intelligent facial recognition, our robots take the initiative to greet patients with a welcome message. With full-duplex intelligent voice interaction, 5 meters far-field pickup, sensitive hearing, abundant body movements and stable walking ability. With indoor autonomous driving system, autonomous navigation and obstacle avoidance. The infrared thermal imager measures the temperature, quickly completes a temperature check, automatically enters the body temperature, and immediately alarms and takes pictures when abnormalities occur. A interaction that at the same time recognise and diagnoses the patient while creating an interactive experience.

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