The robot fetches water, picks up laundry and follows the elderly to lunch. At the same time the robot can interpret emotions like fatigue. Scientists from SDU are developing this robot in collaboration with the municipality of Køge and Patient@home, which will be ready to use in nursing homes in 2 years.
While there are still about 4 month until this year’s WHINN conference is kicked off, you have the opportunity to delve into the world of innovation and health care solutions! CIMT (Centre for Innovative Medical Technology) and the University of Southern Denmark has joined forces and offers you a change to discover their collaboration in development, testing, implementation and research … Read More
Scientists at SDU are developing a robot freezer, which will secure that patients’ genes and blood-, tissue-, or cell samples do not go missing at the bottom of a chest freezer or end up in the wrong hands. Blood tests that go missing or must be retaken because it was stored below the right temperature; problems with finding the test in … Read More