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Denmark Produces Disinfecting Robots

Denmark Produces Disinfecting Robots

Denmark is producing robots that carry out disinfection on humans. These robots use glowing like lights sabres, eight bulbs emit concentrated UV-C ultraviolet light. This destroys bacteria, viruses and other harmful microbes by damaging their DNA and RNA so that they can’t multiply. This job is done in about 10-20 minutes.

In this period of coronavirus, the robots are now on high demand in most of the affected countries. The chief executive of UVD Robots, Per Juul Nielsen said they had been growing the business at quiet a high rate but the coronavirus has kind of rocketed the demand. They have already shipped very many robots to China but most particularly Wuhan.

Even Italy, has now shown great demand for these programmable machines. Actually the production capacity has tripped and they assemble one disinfection robot per day.

These robots were launched in early 2019 and each costs $67,000. They were designed to reduce the likelihood of hospital acquired infections which are really costly to treat.

However there has been no specific testing to prove their effectiveness against COVID 19. The initiators of these robots are confident that they can handle the virus because according to them its just another virus

Maybe they will work out, and help out the situation that has already gone out of hand. Outbreaks like these also help out in improvement of the technology because people want to always find solutions.

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