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Robotisation with potential to increase the quality of sterile processing
Robots have great potential to be used in many parts of society, particularly with the introduction of collaborative robots, which are smarter than earlier generations of robots and can work alongside human workers safely.
In an innovation project for Region Västra Götaland and the central sterile services department of Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Cybercom teamed up with robotics company Rebl Industries. The project involved a pre-study to evaluate how deep learning and computer vision might help improve efficiency and quality in the inspection of surgical equipment. The ambition is to enable collaborative robots to help in sterilisation work with gains in efficiency and improved resilience in hospital surgical capacity.
Robotisation has the potential to increase the quality of sterile processing, resulting in the greater availability of instruments through faster processing and less need for antibiotics.
This delivery is part of Cybercom's Sustainability and Business Design offering.