We know Hospital Acquired Infections and Robotics Technology. In fact, we made the robot that set the new standards for automated and secure disinfection.
UVD Robots® with headquarters in Odense, Denmark, is a subsidiary of Blue Ocean Robotics that develop, produce and sell professional service robots for humans.
UVD Robots® was founded in 2016. The incorporation of the company followed a Private Public Innovation project starting in 2014, where Blue Ocean Robotics and Odense University Hospital OUH in partnership with other hospitals in Denmark, developed the first prototype of the UV-Disinfection Robot, with the objective of preventing Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI’s) for the benefit of patients, hospital staff and associated healthcare costs. In 2020 UVD Robots launched the 3rd generation of UV-C disinfection robots, Model C.
Hospital Acquired Infections are a significant and increasing problem in the global healthcare sector, where each year millions of patients are infected and thousands of patients die due to infections acquired during hospitalization.
Furthermore, the HAIs result in significant extra costs for hospitals, due to additional days spent in bed, readmissions and reduced operational efficiency.
UVD Robots® philosophy is centered around integrating proven UV-C germicidal industrial solutions with new advanced robot technologies creating innovative products helping the healthcare industry in the eradication of harmful pathogens and superbugs, thereby making healthcare and other environments safer and improving quality of care around the world.
UVD Robots® is a Danish based company focused on the ex-pansion of our business and distribution set-up on a global scale. We are represented in most regions through our rapidly expanding distribution and distributor’s network.
Our mission is to save patients lives by making healthcare facilities safer and minimizing spread of bacteria and reducing healthcare-associated infections.
UVD Robots® stands for UV Disinfection Robots – and that is what we develop. We utilize the effects of high intensity light sources to think disruptive robot technology in ways that improve work environment, patient safety levels and operational efficiency for customers.
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