• April 09, 2020

    RHU engineering student develops remotely-operated CO-BOT-19 in response to COVID-19 pandemic

    RHU mechatronics engineering student Hussein Harb and his brother developed CO-BOT-19 Pandemic Aid robotic vehicle in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They were able to assemble the vehicle in three days only.


    Their smart CO-BOT-19 cab be remotely controlled thus minimizing physical contact and hence reducing human exposure in areas infected with Coronavirus, such as hospitals. It can be used to deliver up to 120 kg packages. It is also equipped with automated sprays that can be operated to disinfect areas. The operator can also receive video and audio using cameras and speakers allowing the operator to safely patrol suspected cases of COVID-19.


    View a video of CO-BOT-19

Latest Events

  • October 03, 2023
    08:00 AM-16:00 PM
    Societies and Clubs Recruitment / IEEE Society