The UVD Robot® Model C is a fully autonomous system delivering fast, chemical free, hospital grade disinfection for healthcare without human interaction.
Model C is agile and easily integrated into the cleaning routine - no previous infection control know-how required.
Our UVD Robot® disinfects small and large areas simply just by driving by. Depending on the exposure time, The UVD Robot can kill up to 99,99% of pathogens such as MRSA, C. dif, and CPR/CRA. It disinfects all environments that are potentially harbouring dangerous microorganisms.
The UV-C light is highly effective against most types of bacteria and viruses, and when used correctly, can be also gentle to surfaces.
The germicidal characteristics of UV-C light at close range are well known. However, the laws of physics create obstacles that challenge the feasibility of using UV-C light as a disinfectant in larger areas: Shadow & Distance.
The unavoidable challenges of using UV-C disinfection governed by the laws of physics create the necessity for repositioning a manual UV-C device multiple times.
Only with the autonomous UVD Robots® can you be sure to have irradiated sufficient UV-C amounts on to all surfaces within a given area.
The UVD Robot® has one of the smallest footprints on the market, and that makes the Model C ideal for smaller passages like in trains and on airplanes, and with a width of 55 cm it can easily drive through a standard door.
CAMERAS & SENSORS
The UVD Robot® comes with laser scanners and 3D cameras that recognize obstacles and recesses on its way.
The UVD Robot® can be driven manually from a distance. By using the cameras the operator can navigate via the tablet. The 3rd generation robot can make a Heat map and an Exposure map for the operator to improve disinfection.
The UVD Robot® is powered by Li-MNC batteries that gives you the power to disinfect larger areas such as airports, supermarkets, conference rooms and several patient rooms.
It comes with a docking station, which the UVD Robot® finds by it self, when it needs recharging. To make sure that it is fully charged and ready for its next disinfection, time saving as it requires no involvement from the operator.
The robots sensors will detect if someone enters a room under a disinfection, and immediately stop the disinfection.
The safety system will be triggered if the operator drives the robot manually too close to a wall, person, or other object above 15 cm. If this occurs, the robot’s front and rear sensors will trigger the robot to stop before hitting the object.