How KARMIbot, others are making isolation wards robot ready
It does not have arms but has a detachable container that self-disinfects the items it uses.
Since it is removable, it can be periodically sterilised too,” said T Jayakrishnan, founder and CEO of the Kochi-based company.The robot is expected to be cost-effective.
Once the mould is completed and spares made available, the company will be able to manufacture one robot a day.
“We are promoting a number of initiatives that could be of assistance in these trying times.”Another Kerala-based startup is developing an electronic temperature scanner that will not require manual checks with a thermal scanning device.
The walkthrough scanner will record the temperature and send out an alert if it is higher than normal, Nair said.
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