UT Experts Develop Advanced Clean-Room Disinfection Control System
In a report published by the UT Kish International Campus, Mr. Sadegh Saghatchian, Director of the Kish branch of the UT Science and Technology Park and Head of the Design and Reverse Engineering Team of the UT Kish Mechatronics Lab, points out that modern medicine, in great measure, hinges on technological advances and has progressed alongside and in response to these advances.
Mr. Saghatchian further explains that protecting medical professionals from such health and safety hazards as bacteria, germs, and fungi has always been of paramount importance.
According to Mr. Saghatchian, one of the most prominent companies in this area is the English company Bioquell. Mr. Saghatchian notes that one of the products of the foregoing company was recently deconstructed by the UT engineers at the Innovation Center and the Mechatronics Engineering Lab of the UT Kish International Campus, which led to a total replacement of its monitoring system with the one UT engineers developed. “Our product,” he continues, “has successfully passed the biological tests to which it was put by Kish Tissue Regeneration Corporation.” Moreover, it must be noted that the optimized monitoring system developed by UT engineers costs only 30 percent of what its foreign produced counterparts do.
Heeding the insightful guidance of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran with respect to production, support, and elimination of obstacles in 1400 (2021), the Kish branch of the UT Science and Technology Park hopes to develop and launch a 100% domestically produced system in the foreseeable future, with a view to catering to the needs of the industry.