BBC In-depth Report on Hard Nuclear Epidemic Prevention by Youibot

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Today, Youibot has landed on the BBC home news!

 

 

During the period when the novel coronavirus is ravaging overseas countries

 

The BBC, the mainstream hardcore media in the western world, reported Youibot

 

said:


Shenzhen-based YouiBot was already making autonomous robots and quickly adapted its technology to make a disinfection device.

 

Shenzhen-based YouiBot is already manufacturing automated robots and quickly applying its technology to disinfection equipment.

 

Of course, this is the latest launch of Youibot.

 

ARIS-K2 antivirus robot!

 

 

Youibot robots have been deployed in hospitals, airports, office buildings, and other public areas to ensure people's health and safety.

 

Needless to say, see the picture.

 

The film was taken in the outpatient hall of the Third People's Hospital of Hubei Province

 

On the day when the photos were taken, the number of new cases of the epidemic in Wuhan was 0 for the first time!

 

No. Return to 0!

 

Return to 0!

 

0!

 

PLease cheer for the angels in white who is stationed on the front line of the epidemic!

 

!

 

As for the star product ARIS-K2 of Youai Zhihe

 

more news about the BBC's report

 

You can log on to BBC.COM or browse the screenshots below.

 

The original BBC text is as follows

 

 

 

Coronavirus has stimulated local robotics companies in China to innovate.

 

Shenzhen-based YouiBot is already manufacturing automated robots and quickly applying its technology to disinfection equipment.

 

YouiBot Keyman Guan said: "We are trying to help, just like everyone in China."

 

Start-up company adjusted the existing robot foundation and software, adding thermal imaging cameras and ultraviolet lamps.

off said: "Technically speaking, developing this robot is not as difficult as you think. It is as modular as Lego bricks."

 

Robot has been deployed in factories, offices, airports, and hospitals before. He said: "The robot checks the body temperature during the day and can kill the virus at night."

 

Plant closures and other restrictions to contain the coronavirus hindered the smooth supply chain. Mr. Kwan added: "Without a single component, we cannot build an entire machine." Although he noted that things have improved over the past few weeks.

 

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