- The global leader in cloud AI architecture and robotics has donated and shipped various 5G Cloud Robots to hospitals in Wuhan and Shanghai to aid the fight against the deadly coronavirus
- The Intelligent Cloud Robots can perform basic medical tasks, reducing instances of contact and risks of exposure for medical staff in the field combating the epidemic
WUHAN, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#AI--CloudMinds Technology Inc. – a global pioneer in cloud artificial intelligence architecture that makes robots and businesses smarter for the benefit of all humanity – has, in collaboration with China Mobile, donated and sent 5G-enabled medical assistant Cloud Robots, disinfecting cleaning Cloud Robots, medicine delivery Cloud Robots, and temperature measuring and inspecting Cloud Robots to Wuhan Tongji Tianyou Hospital, Wuhan Union Hospital, and Shanghai Sixth People’s Hospital. Cloud Robots offer medical staff remote care options to measure patient temperature, clean and disinfect spaces, and deliver medicine, providing an effective solution for reducing the chances of infection for personnel and improving the level of isolation and control within quarantine environments.
With the support of China Mobile’s 4G / 5G network, CloudMinds’ HARIX Cloud Brain and VBN Robotic private network can quickly, flexibly, and securely deploy and operate Cloud Robots in epidemic prevention efforts across the country. In order to aid in the fight against the coronavirus, CloudMinds Technology is willing to open up its Cloud Robot Brain platform, and strategically cooperate with national and international robotics companies to launch a variety of Medical Robots to the places of highest need within the country. To date, Gaussian Robotics and YouDi Robotics have already joined hands with CloudMinds in its relief efforts.
“It is our duty as a company dedicated to improving the lives of everyday people to step forward and help in any way we can to combat this unprecedented crisis. It is especially in dangerous situations such as these, that pose a high risk to humans, that Cloud Robots can offer valuable assistance. Cloud Robots can act as proxies for medical staff in quarantine facilities to perform basic monitoring duties, lowering chances and risks of exposure,” said CEO and founder Bill Huang.
Joining in the local as well as global efforts to combat the virus, CloudMinds Technology has set up the Step Forward project team to target the special needs of epidemic prevention in specific environments such as hospitals and hotels. The team is urgently developing, debugging, and producing various types of intelligent cloud-based medical and sanitation protection robots in its dedicated efforts to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
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