Robooter Pioneers Intelligent and Autonomous Wheelchair Solution at Ruijin Hospital

2024-06-19


Robooter successfully launched the country's first intelligent wheelchair reservation and dispatch platform at Ruijin Hospital Affiliated to The Shanghai Jiao Tong University Medical School. This platform is the implementation of Robooter' "BBR-Easy Access Autonomous Driving Solution" in medical scenarios marking a significant advancement in intelligent assisted travel within medical environments.

 

Ruijin Hospital, a comprehensive tertiary care facility, has been advocating for a "high-quality and healthy life" and smart hospital initiatives. The hospital's partnership with Robooter reflects its commitment to meeting the diverse needs of patients through technological innovation.

Robooter, a leader in intelligent assisted travel technology and creator of the 'BBR-Easy Access Autonomous Driving Solution,' has developed an "intelligent wheelchair reservation and dispatch platform" based on the actual scenario needs of Shanghai Ruijin Hospital. The system allows patients to summon intelligent wheelchairs remotely via online appointments, facilitating safe and efficient transport from wards to examination rooms and back. This innovation addresses the personalized and convenient needs of patients, enhancing service quality and patient experience.

The "cloud+ integrated" solution includes a dispatching system that configures smart wheelchair resources and plans inspection routes. It also features audio and video interaction capabilities, allowing medical staff and patients to communicate remotely, providing added humanistic care. The platform integrates with the hospital's elevator and access control systems, ensuring seamless automatic control for entry and exit.

Zhu Lifeng, Director of the Digital Innovation Center at Ruijin Hospital, emphasized the importance of combining technological innovation with humanistic care. He stated, "The 'Smart Wheelchair Appointment and Dispatch Platform' exemplifies our commitment to addressing patients' mobility needs through technology and compassion."

Robooter's CTO, Chen Yangbin, highlighted the platform's advanced features, including online reservation, autonomous resource allocation, automatic navigation, and two-way audio and video interaction. "Our goal is to provide hospitalized patients with an exceptional mobility experience. We envision the 'BBR-Easy Access autonomous driving wheelchair solution' extending to hospitals, airports, theme parks, science museums, and beyond," he said.

 

This collaboration between Robooter and Ruijin Hospital demonstrates a significant leap forward in smart healthcare solutions, setting a new standard for intelligent assisted travel and patient care.

The video pls find the Youtube Link. https://youtu.be/cnvZGwK7Cjc

About ROBOOTER

Robooter is proud to offer innovative and reliable electric wheelchairs and mobility solutions designed to empower your mobility and independence. Our team is committed to creating high-quality products that allow you to navigate the world with ease and comfort.

 

 

Robooter successfully launched the country's first intelligent wheelchair reservation and dispatch platform at Ruijin Hospital Affiliated to The Shanghai Jiao Tong University Medical School. This platform is the implementation of Robooter' "BBR-Easy Access Autonomous Driving Solution" in medical scenarios marking a significant advancement in intelligent assisted travel within medical environments.

 

Ruijin Hospital, a comprehensive tertiary care facility, has been advocating for a "high-quality and healthy life" and smart hospital initiatives. The hospital's partnership with Robooter reflects its commitment to meeting the diverse needs of patients through technological innovation.

Robooter, a leader in intelligent assisted travel technology and creator of the 'BBR-Easy Access Autonomous Driving Solution,' has developed an "intelligent wheelchair reservation and dispatch platform" based on the actual scenario needs of Shanghai Ruijin Hospital. The system allows patients to summon intelligent wheelchairs remotely via online appointments, facilitating safe and efficient transport from wards to examination rooms and back. This innovation addresses the personalized and convenient needs of patients, enhancing service quality and patient experience.

The "cloud+ integrated" solution includes a dispatching system that configures smart wheelchair resources and plans inspection routes. It also features audio and video interaction capabilities, allowing medical staff and patients to communicate remotely, providing added humanistic care. The platform integrates with the hospital's elevator and access control systems, ensuring seamless automatic control for entry and exit.

Zhu Lifeng, Director of the Digital Innovation Center at Ruijin Hospital, emphasized the importance of combining technological innovation with humanistic care. He stated, "The 'Smart Wheelchair Appointment and Dispatch Platform' exemplifies our commitment to addressing patients' mobility needs through technology and compassion."

Robooter's CTO, Chen Yangbin, highlighted the platform's advanced features, including online reservation, autonomous resource allocation, automatic navigation, and two-way audio and video interaction. "Our goal is to provide hospitalized patients with an exceptional mobility experience. We envision the 'BBR-Easy Access autonomous driving wheelchair solution' extending to hospitals, airports, theme parks, science museums, and beyond," he said.

 

This collaboration between Robooter and Ruijin Hospital demonstrates a significant leap forward in smart healthcare solutions, setting a new standard for intelligent assisted travel and patient care.

The video pls find the Youtube Link. https://youtu.be/cnvZGwK7Cjc

About ROBOOTER

Robooter is proud to offer innovative and reliable electric wheelchairs and mobility solutions designed to empower your mobility and independence. Our team is committed to creating high-quality products that allow you to navigate the world with ease and comfort.

 

 


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