Lifeline Robotics

lifeline robotics
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, a team of the best robotic researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have developed the world's first fully automatic throat swab robot

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The process of the automatic swab sample begins when the patient scans her ID-card. The robot then prepares a sample kit, consisting of a container with a printed ID-label. When the patient opens her mouth, the robot picks up the swab and identifies the right points in the patient’s throat. This happens through artificial intelligence based computer vision. The robot gently and securely conducts the swab, places it back into the container, and puts on the lid. The process takes around 7 minutes in total, and the swab itself 25 seconds. The sample is then ready for analysis.

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