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ADIBOT-A: an Autonomous Disinfection Robot

UBTECH Robotics developed an autonomous UV-C disinfection robot called the ADIBOT-A that is capable of autonomous navigation in different floor plans using U-SLAM.

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Image credit: UBTECH Robotics

Developed in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the robot can be widely used as a disinfection solution in medical centers, hospitals, hotels, schools, and fitness centers.

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Image credit: UBTECH Robotics

Key features:

  • four PIR motions sensors can detect motion from 30 ft. away
  • RGBD TOF camera for 3D depth perception
  • 360 degree light coverage
  • LIDAR, and ultrasonic sensors for better navigation
  • autonomously navigates toward the charging dock for recharging
ADIBOT-A_an Autonomous Disinfection Robot-PIR sensor
Image credit: UBTECH Robotics
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Image credit: UBTECH Robotics
ADIBOT-A_an Autonomous Disinfection Robot-lidar sensor
Image credit: UBTECH Robotics
ADIBOT-A_an Autonomous Disinfection Robot-ultrasonic sensor
Image credit: UBTECH Robotics
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Image credit: UBTECH Robotics
ADIBOT-A_an Autonomous Disinfection Robot-recharging
Image credit: UBTECH Robotics

Watch a short video of this below:

More information:
https://ubtrobot.com/products/adibot-a?ls=en

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