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CoronaBot: disinfect at scale, remotely

CoronaBot: disinfect at scale, remotely

We’re all in COVID19 together. If you know of an organisation that urgently needs assistance from a CoronaBot please get in touch directly with our CEO of Robotics: Jack Hurley (jack@firetailrobotics.com)

It was a 72-hour sprint to create this, and we partnered up with agricultural supplier Silvan, based in Melbourne, for the tanks to go with our prototype.

It’s the size of a large dog, can carry 100 litres of disinfectant, and has a range of attachments from spot-spraying to boom-type spraying.

The team has perfected the autonomous robot so that it can clear small obstacles, link up to cameras 10 kilometres away, and be operated anywhere in the world with 4G connection.

No one has built anything like this in Australia, so we’ve created a prototype that allows us to react quickly to feedback from users: we need to make sure this is immediately useful on the front line.

We’re all in COVID19 together. If you know of an organisation that urgently needs assistance from a CoronaBot please get in touch directly with our CEO of Robotics: Jack Hurley jack@firetailrobotics.com

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