Projects in CCR
The purpose of the HospiBot project is to develop and test an interactive, modular, mobile robot with a small footprint for use in hospitals in Denmark and Germany.
Woundcare Offloading Through Automated Debridement (WOTAD)
The aim of the project is to develop, produce and test a robot for fully automatic debridement of chronic wounds.
The aim of the robot Prøvsen was to free up the staff's time for more patient-related tasks by taking over the transport of samples.
When a doctor has to perform a bronchoscopy, a binocular scope must be held still in the patient's lung for up to an hour and a half at a time. Therefore, many endoscopists develop pain in muscles and joints that affects their physical and mental health.
Fatty liver disease is often diagnosed and treated too late in relation to limiting complications and reducing hospitalisations, as well as reducing the risk of premature death.
To make hand sanitiser easy and readily available and to encourage use, the project tested a sanitiser robot that could move to where it was needed, charge itself and issue an alert when it needed to be refilled.
Work procedures with unilateral repetitive movements, e.g. scanning, increase the risk of developing work-related muscle and skeletal pain, which leads to reduced work function and risk of illness.
Robot-assisted Rehabilitation of Elderly Inpatients (ROBUST)
Physical exercise is beneficial for elderly patients and can improve the patients' functional capacity, shorten the hospital stays and reduce the number of patients subsequently admitted to nursing homes.
Robot for Handling of Samples
The project aimed to create a robot that could sort and send blood samples, thus relieving the staff.
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic set in motion the development of a fully automatic swabbing robot that can independently swab patients' throats, put the swab in a glass and screw the lid on.
The ROPCA Ultrasound robot was developed to be used for the diagnosis and evaluation of rheumatoid arthritis (also deep vein thrombosis), so patients could have their hands scanned at every visit.
Hand Sanitiser Robots
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, it increased the focus on hygiene in hospitals - not only among staff but also among patients and relatives.
UV Disinfection Robot
As a patient in a hospital, you are in a vulnerable situation and extra susceptible to bacteria and viruses. Because of this, hygiene is a top priority.
MORECARE Service Robot
The purpose of MoreCare is to develop a mobile service robot to bring equipment to the hospital's patient rooms.
REACT Telepresence Robot
The purpose of the project is to further develop the current GoBe telepresence cobots to be able to move autonomously (self-driving) around the hospital.
Automated Glass Slide Archive System
The purpose of the project is to create a robotic solution that can automatically file the glass slides to achieve increased automation in the laboratory regarding the scanning of pathology slides.
KIA Blood Bank
The KIA blood bank is a robot cell with a robot arm that receives blood samples from OUH's blood sample shipment system.