Robotic Interface for Motivating and Educating Proper Hand Sanitization

  • Palinko, Oskar (Coordinator)
  • Ungermann Fredskild, Trine (Project participant)
  • Tansem Andersen, Eva (Project participant)
  • Heidtmann, Conny (Project participant)
  • Krüger, Norbert (Project participant)
  • Bodenhagen, Leon (Project participant)
  • Marchetti, Emanuela (Project participant)
  • Sørensen, Andreas Risskov (Project participant)
  • Junge, Rasmus Peter (Project participant)
  • Høirup Thistrup Nielsen, Nicolai (Project participant)

Project: Research

Project Details


RIMEPHAS is aimed at developing and testing of a new robotic interface for automatic hand sanitizer units. It is expected that this kind of interaction will lead to improved hand hygiene in public spaces like hospitals, universities, schools, kindergartens, etc.

Key findings

We have found that the created robotic interface leads to more and longer lasting hand sanitizations.
Effective start/end date15/06/202031/01/2021


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