How Robots Are Replacing Humans

SMP Robotics intends to use robots to replace people who work in open-air areas. Employees who perform night shifts will be the first to be replaced. Then, those who operate under adverse environmental circumstances, such as excessive heat or cold, will be replaced by robots. Robots will be able to fly to other planets and work in conditions with extreme temperature swings or no atmosphere. To accomplish this, the company is fine-tuning its software and hardware solutions for mass-market security robots. These tried-and-true components will be put in new robots being developed for specific market areas. This would enable us to provide dependable solutions at very reasonable pricing.

Picard security robots have been patrolling various areas in Dubai, UAE for the past couple of months. The high summer temperatures had no effect on the safe functioning of intelligent patrols based on SMP robotics security robots. The intelligent video surveillance system’s ability to recognize people and their faces allowed law enforcement to continue without the use of security officers on foot patrols. This is especially vital during periods of intense heat, which tends to make people’s service nearly impossible and dangerous. Artificial intelligence (AI), is presented in groups of robots, which makes their work incredibly dependable.

Carrefour has revealed that 11 new inventory robots have been deployed around the UAE at outlets. The Tally Robots help with stock management and control, ensuring that shelves are always stocked and that your favourite item is always available. They are about 163 cm tall and weigh roughly 30kgs, and they are equipped with cameras to detect stock problems, identify when products are out of stock, spot price mismatch, wrong barcodes and stock misplacement. These robots make life easier for human grocery coworkers by reducing total workload and stocking responsibilities.


AI for Medical Purposes

For heart procedures, the Ministry of Health (MoH) has employed a robot. The MoH and prevention announced the debut of its first robot in 2014, which will perform catherization and heart procedures using computerized technology. In June 2014, the equipment was installed in Al Qasimi Hospital to begin the first surgery.  Al Qasimi hospital received a new robotic device from the MoH and prevention in 2018 to preform difficult catherization and cardiac procedures. Its advantages include a clinical success rate of 99.1% in challenging situations, a 95% reduction in radiation exposure for the primary operator, and speed and accuracy in surgical intervention. Additionally, in Rashid Hospital Dubai, robots are also used for catherization and cardiac surgeries. 


Obstetrics and Gynecology Robotic Surgery

The Robotic Surgeries Program in Gynecology and Obstetrics was inaugurated in April 2019 by the MoH and Prevention. The launch follows the robot’s successful usage in cardiac procedures, due to its capacity to access the most difficult portions of the human body, as well as its excellent precision due to the firmness of the robotic arm during the procedure.

In 2017, the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), inaugurated the world’s first robot-assisted drug dispensing system in Rashid Hospital. The robot, which is based on cutting-edge technology, can store up to 35,000 drugs and distribute roughly 12 prescriptions in less than one minute, using barcodes to identify each one. 


Medopad App for Good Health

The MoH and Prevention’s Medopad app keeps track of patients’ most essential daily activities, remotely monitors their vital signs, and assist medical care teams in providing better treatment by remotely documenting, analyzing, and reviewing their date and information. AI technologies are used in the app to forecast or diagnose life-threatening medical disorders. It contains instructional and awareness content for patients undergoing pre-and post-operative care, as well as those suffering from cancer, multiple sclerosis, renal and heart illness, chronic obstructive pulmonary, Parkinson’s disease and other conditions. 


Robots to Produce Car License Plates

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), has installed a robot-operated vehicle registration plate maker. The fully automated machine has a daily capacity of 33,000 plates. Using the e-licensing system, a robot receives electronic printing orders and begins generating registration plates without the need for human participation. 


Robots to clean Dubai Metro stations

Robots are used to clean Dubai Metro stations by RTA. The robotic cleaner’s objective is to reduce the amount of water used in typical cleaning while also providing purposeful sterilizing. 


How A Robot Will Save Lives.

The Dubai Municipality employs robot to assist in the rescue of life on the city’s beaches. The new addition is the most cutting-edge technology in the municipality’s safety system. The robots are built to resist the most extreme weather. They can be utilized in situations where human lifeguards are unable to undertake rescue operations due to high tides or strong ocean currents. At the same time, a single robot can save four to five lives. To know more about the latest updates and legal amendments visit our official website.