Pinnacles intelligent robot opens a new era of intelligent inspection


In the era of the Internet of Everything, the third-generation automation technology based on AI combined with robot technology will promote the development of super smart laboratories, and hospital logistics will enter the stage of intelligence. Especially after the outbreak of the new crown epidemic, more and more hospitals have realized the limitations of traditional logistics, and new logistics methods have emerged as the times require. Replace simple and repetitive manual operations with intelligent robots, and provide new automation and intelligent solutions that coordinate with the assembly line.


So, what benefits can intelligent transport robots bring to the laboratory? Teachers from the laboratory department of the hospital shared their feelings and experiences after using the Pinnacles Emei intelligent transport robot.

"In the past, the transportation of samples inside the laboratory was simple, repetitive, boring, and full of unsafe factors. The work was mainly done by the staff of the laboratory. The r680 intelligent robot currently in operation is mainly responsible for sample transfer from the sample acceptance site to the testing team site .Recently, the operating frequency in the department is about 150 times a day, and it is used more than 1,000 times a week . The transportation time cost of the group can save one person per day to assist the laboratory department of the outpatient department in its daily work.

 ——Teacher of the laboratory department of the hospital

The main advantages of intelligent transport robots are that they can help medical testing laboratories (laboratory departments) improve efficiency, shorten TAT (Turn Around Time, report time), reduce biosecurity risks, and reduce overall costs . scheme. Intelligent transportation robots can be applied to the transportation of clinical specimens. The scenario is the transportation from the department/sampling location to the laboratory; the second scenario is the internal sample distribution and transportation of the laboratory.