The researchers believe that this method can be used to automatically disinfect other environments, such as factories, restaurants, supermarkets and schools. The system can map a given space and can navigate between waypoints and other designated areas.
CSAIL research scientist and technician Alyssa Pierson said: “When driving a robot around a food warehouse, we are still researching new control strategies to enable the robot to adapt to changes in the environment and ensure that all areas can Get an appropriate estimated dose.”
UVC lamps are sometimes used to disinfect wards and other medical environments. MTA is currently testing ultraviolet light boxes to sterilize subways and buses. We also saw ultraviolet rays used to clean humidifiers and aircraft bathrooms.
Daniela Rus, CSAIL principal and project leader, said: “We are very pleased to see that UVC disinfection robots support our community at this time.” “The insights we gained from GBFB’s work highlight several algorithmic challenges. We plan to address these Problem to expand the scope of autonomous UV disinfection in complex spaces (including dorms, schools, airplanes, and grocery stores).”