Recently, an automated unmanned sampling nucleic acid detection robot was unveiled in Shenzhen, and it was reported by authoritative media such as Shenzhen Release, China News Network, and Jiemian News. It is understood that the nucleic acid detection robot is based on the Han’s collaborative robot launched by Han’s Robotics, a state-level specialized and special new enterprise, and uses 3D vision and six-dimensional force control technology to operate the opening and closing of the sampling tube, the scanning The capture and calibration of nasopharyngeal swabs and nasopharyngeal swabs has realized the unmanned, automated and intelligent nucleic acid testing process, effectively assisting the country’s “dynamic clearing” normalized epidemic prevention and control policy, and safeguarding the lives and health of the people. Escort.
1. The debut of the robot “Dabai” to reduce the pressure on medical staff
With the normalization of epidemic prevention and control, nucleic acid testing has become an important means of epidemic prevention and control. Disinfecting hands, taking cotton swabs, taking samples, breaking off cotton swabs, putting them into test tubes, and screwing on caps… This is a cyclical action that medical staff in nucleic acid testing repeat countless times every day.
But now, through the fully automated operation of an unmanned nucleic acid sampling robot, from taking cotton swabs, to collecting throat swabs, and twisting test tubes…in just a few tens of seconds, one nucleic acid sampling can be completed.
As the world’s first Robotic device that realizes full-process automated nasopharyngeal swab sampling, this nucleic acid detection robot product organically integrates multiple modules such as mobile chassis, Han’s collaborative robot and vision through integrated control, simulating the “hands” and “feet” of medical staff “” “eye” and other related functions to complete swab collection.
From the perspective of steps, before the start of nucleic acid sampling, the Han’s collaborative robot’s arms cooperate to open and close the cover of the sampling tube, scan the code, grab and calibrate the nasopharyngeal swab.
After the user is in place, scan the identity information such as the health code through the tablet interactive interface, and the robot will automatically bind the nucleic acid sampling tube and identity information and upload it to the public health inspection platform. Then, the robot uses 3D vision and six-dimensional force control technology to safely, accurately and quickly sample the nucleic acid of the user’s nasopharyngeal swab, and then automatically cuts the swab and kills key components such as sampling tubes, grippers, and the body. Then move to the next sampling point to continue the sampling task.
The nucleic acid detection robot can work 7*24 hours a year, is not afraid of high temperature and severe cold, and has high accuracy. Even if it is doing repetitive work every day, it will not feel tired. Compared with manual sampling, the robot uses technologies such as vision, force control, and double-arm coordination to ensure that each sampling process is accurate and standardized, and realizes an overall solution for nucleic acid sampling without manual intervention throughout the process. The adoption of Robots can free medical staff from heavy and repetitive labor to do more meaningful work. While reducing the high-risk exposure of medical personnel and alleviating the shortage of medical personnel, it improves work efficiency and saves medical re