Nowadays, one of the major challenges being faced worldwide is the rate of infection of health professionals while treating COVID-19 patients or some contagious disease. In same reason, many customer services in hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, and so on have this problem, in which they try to minimize contact time with confirmed or sustained cases. Therefore, this manner can reduce the risk of contamination of customer services or health professionals in more harmful viruses’ treatment centers.
So, the perfect way to overcome to this challenge is deploying smart technology such as mobile robots. To do this, many companies have plans to implement robots and automation in their long-term strategies while COVID-19 has forced organization towards a digital transformation sooner than they had planned and sped up the growth of robots.
Regarding to the report for strategic plan of Canada in 2021, aging population that the age over of 65 will have risen to 25.9% until 2035 , and the arrival of more than 25 million tourists from outside. Due to achieve to the high quality of life, overcome to corona virus problems as well as these two challenges make it more motivation to produce the proposed robots for helping humans in the future.
Due to the bad smell of toxic substances and its harmfulness, killing viruses and germs through this manner are not mostly possible in some places such as rooms in hotels, food stores, kindergartens or hospitals. The scientific studies have investigated that using UVC light can kill large amounts of germs and viruses especially new coronavirus in liquid cultures. In addition, other studies found that the live coronavirus can be reduced up to 99.7 percent in 30 seconds by moving the UVC light instead of fixed.
It is fierce about this new round of the epidemic; we must have a high degree of attention and vigilance. Therefore, ATISuv that has achieved excellent results in last anti-epidemic are set with high expectation gain. In this robot UVC lamps are made as accessory which can be simply mounted on the ATISbase. Therefore, the UVC light is distributed evenly to all surfaces of the environments by moving the robot.