For infectious diseases caused by pathogens like MRSA, Clostridium difficile, Staphylococcus aureus, VRE and Norovirus, the transmission can occur through contaminated environmental surfaces (e.g. hands, clothing & surgical instruments) or through airborne droplets generated by an infected person.

Given the apparent limitations of conventional methods of hospital infection control to stem the rise in nosocomial infections, there is a pressing need to develop alternative approaches of control.


UV-C disinfection is highly effective against many pathogenic microorganisms and has the potential for reducing the spread of airborne infections in healthcare facilities. With an autonomous UV-C robotic platform, surface disinfection can be properly achieved and efficiently complement the usage of already existing fixed UV-C units together with circulating systems for air disinfection


Modulab has developed an autonomous robotic platform solution capable of navigating complex environments, avoiding obstacles and collisions with humans, requiring little to no intervention from a human operator.

It can be used either for map feature distribution, human density heatmaps, surface cleanliness, general status assessment and predictive maintenance.


Short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light is a disinfection methods used to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.

It is a proven technology that has been used in the past 75 years for various applications, such as medical sanitation or food, air and water purification.


The new intelligent robot is now able to disinfect any kind of space or surface and is ideal for any kind of institutions, especially hospitals.

The platform has a 2-10 hours autonomy and is equipped with high power UV-C lamps generating 1kW of radiation, enough to sterilise a 20m2 space in less than 10 minutes.

Human exposure to powerful UVC light can be dangerous without proper equipment, which makes autonomous platform ideal for the task.


UV-C light has proven effective in inactivation of 71% of spore bacteria, 99.98% of vegetative bacteria and 98% of viruses.

Already tested on SARS-CoV-1 (Duan et al., 2003) and MERS (Keil et al, 2016), ultraviolet germicidal irradiation is effective in reducing the transmission of airborne bacterial and viral infections in hospitals, military housing and classrooms, as confirmed by CDC.


Name: Lister X UVXT
UV-C 254nm Power 600W 1000W
Operation time UV 300 minutes 200minutes
Navigation SLAM + vSLAM
Object detection Lidar + 3D death + Sonar
Collision avoidance Yes
Accuracy 5-10 mm
Connectivity WiFi, 3/4G, BLE
Proccesor Intel i5 + Nvidia GPU
Battery Lithium 26V
Motors Hybrid Servo 200W
Operation time on UV 600 minutes
Remoute Operation Android
Charging Time 300 minutes
Body material Stell, Stainless Stell, Aluminium
Drive kinamatics Differential Drive
Size l*w*h 750mm*550mm*1700mm
Total weight 110Kg 120Kg


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