Thursday, July 24, 2014

No. 844: A robot delivers drugs inside the hospital (July 24, 2014)

Panasonic developed a robot called “HOSPI” to deliver drugs inside the hospital. The HOSPI picks up designated drugs from the drugs department in the basement and brings them up to the sixth floor in a few minutes by itself. It gets on and off the elevator and walks to the nurses’ station, dodging people and obstacles inside the hospital. Nurses take out drugs from the abdominal part of the HOSPI.

Children and the elderly get excited with the HOSPI and they want to take a commemorative photo with him. Actually, the HOSPI gives them relief. Besides helping nurses in terms of time and labor, it delivers something needed to help patient recover sooner than anticipated.

Panasonic's HOSPI delivers drugs 
from the basement to the sixth floor by itself

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