Toronto, Canada: People fleeing the vaccine for fear of needles should now be convinced that a robot can vaccinate them without the needle.
The robot, named Kobe, was developed by scientists at the University of Waterloo. It has been developed in the context of Code 19 as the vaccination process continues and will continue for some time to come. The Kobe robot makes it easy and vaccines people very quickly.
The university-based startup Cobionics has created it, which has been successfully tested on many people. The principle is very simple. Pre-registered people go to a hospital where this robot is present. To get vaccinated, the robotic camera’s 3D sensors read the patient’s identification mark.
After this confirmation, the robot draws a dose of the vaccine inside the arm. Then they look at the patient’s arm and make a 3D map. In the meantime, artificial intelligence (AI) software identifies the most appropriate site for vaccination. The robot arm then touches the human skin and injects the vaccine through a hole even tighter than the hair. But no further details on the process have been released. Maybe it’s a business secret.
The vaccine will be widely available in the robotic market over the next two years, said Tim Leswell, co-chairman of Cobionics. This robot will be able to vaccinate a large number of humans very quickly. On the other hand, it will be able to provide services in remote areas where there is a severe shortage of adequate medical staff.