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Care robot service

Care robot service

(Daejeon = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kim Jun-beom = Recently, there have been cases of smart care robots saving lives in Daejeon, attracting attention.

According to Daedeok-gu, Daejeon, on the 14th, at around 4 p.m. on the 26th of last month, A, a woman in her 70s who was complaining of a headache at a home, asked for rescue by saying “Aria (voice service command), help me” to the care robot AI speaker.

The AI ​​speaker operator, who confirmed the request for help, quickly called 119, and firefighters who arrived at the scene transported Mr. A to the hospital.

It is reported that Mr. A, who showed symptoms of cerebral hemorrhage, is currently recovering after receiving treatment at the hospital.

Previously, at around 2 p.m. on the 20th of last month, Mr. B, a man in his 70s, collapsed in an apartment in Dong-gu, showing symptoms of angina pectoris and brain disease.

Mr. B also asked for help from the care robot and was eventually able to be taken to the hospital with the help of firefighters.

He is also recovering his health with no life-threatening effects.

Five local governments, including Daejeon City, and the Daejeon Urban Corporation are installing and operating care robots to prevent lonely deaths.

The care robot provides services that check the movement of people within 5m nearby through sensors and detects breathing, body temperature, etc.

This year, the city plans to supply a total of 1,000 care robots, 200 to each of the five autonomous districts, which are known to be of great help in relieving helplessness and depression among elderly people living alone.

An official from Daejeon City said, “We will expand the scope of care robot services,” and added, “As the problem of lonely deaths is a social problem, we will make efforts to prevent it.”

psykims@yna.co.kr

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