India first in world to make internet-controlled Robot
An engineer from Thane has developed an internet-controlled robot. The bot is first of its kind. The robot addresses the needs of the hospitals treating COVID-19 patients.
The robot has been named Coro-bot. It can independently dispense food, beverages, water, medicines. The robot also gives good advises to patients without the aid of nurses, staffs or other care givers.
The Coro-bot has been deployed for first time at the Holy Cross hospital in Kalyan.
Internet of Things
The robot has a special option of controlling it through an application from any part of the world. This makes the bot unique. The robot becomes the first in world to use Internet of Things technology in medical field.
Features of Coro-bot
The Coro-bot has three nozzles. The first nozzle is used to provide disinfectant bath for the robot himself. The second nozzle is used to spray sanitizers on both sides of the path and the third nozzle is used to disinfect the ground with UV light as the robot moves.
The robot also has dispensers for tea, coffee and water.
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2020
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs