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Dubai Health Authority Uses Artificial Intelligence to Sterilize Its Health Facilities.

Dubai Health Authority Uses Artificial Intelligence to Sterilize Its Health Facilities.

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates, July 14, 2020:  Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has begun to sterilize its hospitals and health centres by using smart robots. The move is in line with precautionary measures to enhance the safety of all staff members and patients across DHA health facilities.
The sterilization process coincides with the return of all diagnostic and therapeutic services for patients. Using smart technology makes the sterilization process thorough, efficient and less time-consuming. 
Kholoud Abdullah Al Ali, Abdulla Al Ali, project manager and leader of DHA’s Dubai Future Accelerators team said that the Authority has begun using eight intelligent robots to perform UV sterilization scans for all rooms and corridors in its health facilities. 
Al Ali said the move is part of the DHA’s ongoing efforts to adopt the latest technologies and smart systems in its operations and procedures, in line with DHA’s strategic plan to keep pace with global developments in the field of artificial intelligence.
Al Ali explained the multiple advantages of the UV robot, which has the ability to move automatically without the need for human intervention and ensure greater and better coverage of high-contact areas. Moreover, the robots provide 360 degrees coverage and can repeat the same process with high accuracy several times.  The robots can follow certain criteria to sterilize all rooms with reports to highlight the implementation of the sterilization process.  In addition to the ease of use of technology in the daily sterilization routine, which is especially beneficial for large areas, the robots are very efficient and can complete exhaustive sterilization of a room within 10 to 15 minutes, this makes the process of infection prevention and control highly efficient. 
She stressed the importance of this technique, which can be used to sterilize many places such as offices, hospital rooms and corridors, operating rooms, warehouses, housing units and other spaces. 
Al Ali highlighted that DHA has implemented this process and has used the latest technology for the utmost safety and wellbeing of its staff and patients.


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