Robot Exterminator of Ebola Virus

viewgreen By viewgreen, 21st Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Cases of spread and infection of Ebola Virus has been claimed many victims in Africa lately. And also it has been spread into USA. Various kinds of anticipation have been done to anticipate the increased fall victims even more. “Disinfectant Company” from San Antonia, USA, Xenex inspired to create a Robot Killer and claimed one of the first robots to be able to eradicate the spread of Ebola Virus.

Robot Exterminator of Ebola Virus

The deadly Ebola virus has entered the United States and creates a superpower country on alert to stop the spread wider of. Ebola alert step was carried out a "Disinfectant Company, of San Antonia, USA, Xenex". This company immediately alerts germ killer robots, which it’s named “Litte Moe”.
A small robot about a half meter which functions clears the room of harmful viruses in a matter of minutes. "Little Moe" is projected to maintain the room at a hospital in Dallas, which took care of a suspected Ebola infection.
It is expected that with this robot, that hospital is going to be free from Ebola virus spread. This Robot is devoted to disinfect indoor, incidentally currently appears Ebola in the US. Little Moe is currently stationed at 250 hospitals and healthcare facilities in the United States, including in Dallas hospital.

Performance of "Little Moe" Robot

Performance of the "Little Moe" Robot was not kidding. This robot uses xenon, non-toxic gas that is colorless; then producing ultraviolet light that destroys viruses that will be used. This robot wills spreading to pressure of 1.5 per second till the three meters of an area to kill Ebola virus. When this Robot exposed to ultraviolet light, then it will emit blue light like a flash. The light which produced by this robot is very bright, and it’s 25.000 times brighter than the sun."This robot will guarantee a safe space for the next patient, to destroy germs on surfaces that are sensitive and able to clean the nooks and crannies of the room,"
Technology that uses ultraviolet light to sterilize the room, is already there in decades. However, the ability of the robot "Litte Moe" offers something more sophisticated. The Robot has a fast processing with the use of xenon is placed on mercury.

Exterminated Ebola in Two Minutes

A comparison that the mercury-based ultraviolet machine usual it took an hour to disinfect the rooms. While the "Little Moe" Robot be able to take in just two minutes only.

"Our mission has always been to eliminate the pathogens that cause infection and impact on the health and the lives of millions of patients and their families. And, Ebola virus is no different from other disinfection," said Xenex in a statement.
The spokesman said the Ebola virus is actually easier to kill than any other disease resistant disinfection. And this robot cost US $ 104 thousand or around Rp1.7 billion and it’s purposing to anticipate the spread of.
Ebola virus that emerged since 1976, it has spread into a simultaneous outbreak in Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

So then, we will waiting for and see the evidence results that have been done by this robot in the days ahead. Hope this Robot could help to resolve problem of the spread of this deadly virus globally.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
21st Oct 2014 (#)

Interesting post, hopefully many world health authorities take into consideration these marvel of medicine and that can save many lives, great job in investigating Viewgreen!

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author avatar viewgreen
21st Oct 2014 (#)

I agree with you.. Thank you for your stopping by to see my page. I also thank you for a great comment here... Have great days ahead.
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author avatar khushal
21st Oct 2014 (#)

nice sharing

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author avatar viewgreen
21st Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you.

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
21st Oct 2014 (#)

viewgreen, excellent article. I think the idea of this robot is wonderful. To zap ebola is what I would call priceless. Smiles to you this morning.

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author avatar viewgreen
21st Oct 2014 (#)

Nancy! A gladly thank you for your stopping here to see my page... Also I'm appreciate with a great comment from you herein...
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author avatar Colekdikit
21st Oct 2014 (#)

very interesting to note in your post ... thanks

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21st Oct 2014 (#)

You're welcome and of course yours too are interesting... cc: Colekdikit.

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author avatar tafmona
21st Oct 2014 (#)

thanks, keep up posting

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author avatar viewgreen
22nd Oct 2014 (#)

My dear Tafmona, Thank you very much for your supporting. :)

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author avatar Shamarie
22nd Oct 2014 (#)

Excellent article, viewgreen! I hope we are able to eradicate the Ebola Virus!

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author avatar viewgreen
22nd Oct 2014 (#)

Hi, my dear Shamrie! I hope so, I appreciate with your stopping to see my page and great comment herein. Thank you. :)

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author avatar Mutimut
22nd Oct 2014 (#)

Wonderful article which has written a CS Engineer. Great sharing for your field of study. thanks.

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author avatar cinnamon
28th Oct 2014 (#)

interesting one. thanks!

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author avatar Elanggunung
2nd Jan 2015 (#)

awesome posting and very informative topic to share. thanks my friend.

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