International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Robotics Science | India | Volume 10 Issue 6, June 2021

Disinfection of Room using UV-C Sanitization Robot (UV-PAUS)

Akash Akolkar | Unmesh Supekar | Sourav Deshmukh | Pratiksha Dombale

Abstract: In the COVID-19 pandemic situations, where Cleanliness, Sanitization are critically important and "0-contact/No contact" is the need of mankind our project provides a solution with 99% disinfection and 0-human contact where the safety of every individual is guaranteed. Our robot uniquely possesses the 'Shadow area coverage' ability. The project focuses on complete and total disinfection of the site to prevent the spread of a wide range of infectious diseases, To avoid and minimize direct human contact in the sanitization process in Covid-19 pandemic situation, Ensuring on-site safety of the sanitization authorities during disinfection of the biologically contaminated site, cover and disinfect all the possible human touched spots to eliminate and neutralize the threat of infection including the blind spots and shadow regions of the conventional sanitization methods. The project work puts forth a solution with our robot?s name UV-PAUS, a remotely operated Mobile App controlled wireless Robot. A complete & trustworthy sanitization solution based on certified UV-C Light sources capable of neutralizing the 100+ biological infectious bacteria and virus threats. Mobile App-based joystick for wireless control of the robot ensuring safe distance and isolation of sanitization authority from a biologically contaminated site. Live streaming into a joystick for surveillance. Use of UV-C tube lights to ensure complete sanitization.

Keywords: UV-C, Ultraviolet light, Wireless, Sanitization, Disinfection, GUV, Robot, Arduino, UV-PAUS, Human Safety, Hospital Accumulated Infections (HAI)

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 6, June 2021,

Pages: 25 - 30

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