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By his innovative move, he has succeeded in getting a robot -CO-BOT to help doctors and nurses provide service to patients of the deadly Coronavirus.
In other words, in Coronavirus hospitals where the robot CO-BOT is deployed, doctors and health service providers have nothing to bother about carrying and serving medicine, food and water. All these items will be carried by CO-BOT.
In fact, CO-BOT delivers these items to COVID -19 positive patients and thereby reduces human touch in the threat of infection and save medical staff.
More, though it carries a Wi-Fi camera with a two-way speaker, it is washable (sanitizable) and can move in 200-300 feet range while carrying 30 kg weighing products. The cost is just Rs 25,000.
Each CO-BOT can carry up to 30 kgs of goods. This robotic equipment was manufactured under the guidance of West Singhbhum Deputy Development Commissioner Aditya Ranjan.
In the fight against COVID -19 pandemic, this robotic equipment was installed in a hospital in Chaibasa, headquarter town of West Singhbhum district.
It is the first of its kind equipment in India today produced at the guidelines of Aditya Ranjan, IAS of 2014 batch, who is a computer engineer. Earlier, he is credited to have collaborated with NGOs as well, such as Titli, to make Model Anganwadis more impactful.