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Mahindra University launches disinfecting Robot MUDRA

Hyderabad, Fe 25 (UNI) Mahindra University has launched an Autonomous Unmanned Vehicle (AUV) Disinfecting Robot, MUDRA (Mahindra Universite UV Desinfectant Robot Autonome), designed to disinfect Rooms, Labs, Offices, Shop floors, and various other spaces using Ultraviolet-C (UVC) rays.
MUDRA, an indigenously designed, developed in-house and funded disinfecting robot, that helps in the sanitization of surfaces thereby, ensuring that closed spaces remain infection free," said Dr Yajulu Medury, Vice Chancellor, Mahindra University in a release, here on Thursday.
MUDRA can make on-demand and pre-planned disinfections without any human intervention.
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