A HEALTH centre welcomed a state-of-the-art robotic into its premises to spice up sanitisation efforts with the assistance of a neighborhood main electronics firm.
EITA Sources Bhd (EITA) donated a disinfection robotic to Kuala Lumpur Buddhist Tzu Chi Free Clinic in a handover ceremony held at Wisma LTS in Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur.
The donation was a part of the corporate’s social accountability efforts.
EITA is primarily within the enterprise of producing, advertising and distribution of elevator programs, electrical and digital tools and elements.
The robotic named Puductor 2 was manufactured by Pudu Robotics, a tech-oriented enterprise based mostly in Shenzhen, China, that specialises in industrial service robots.
EITA group managing director and founder Fu Wing Hoong mentioned the robotic was a necessary asset for public well being, particularly following the Covid-19 pandemic.
“With at present’s developments in expertise, it’s virtually inconceivable to keep away from contemplating the applying of superior robotics in day-to-day use,” mentioned Fu.
“Puductor 2 is provided with ultrasonic dry mist disinfection and 360-degree sterilisation. Profitable implementation of the robotic would imply making a secure and sanitised surroundings for sufferers and workers on the clinic.”
Fu mentioned his position as commissioner of the Buddhist Tzu Chi Charity Basis prompted him to hold out the gesture of goodwill.
“As society progresses, we should not neglect our ethical roots, since good deeds maintain our companies and environments.
“At EITA, we try to advertise the spirit of volunteerism inside our workers to broaden their hearts and embrace a lifetime of compassion.
“The Tzu Chi Free Clinic is an efficient humanistic instance of serving the neighborhood by offering vital healthcare companies for the deprived,” he mentioned.
Kuala Lumpur Buddhist Tzu Chi Free Clinic director Dr Foo Seay Liang, a doctor by career, can be the pinnacle of the refugee affairs division of Tzu Chi Basis Malaysia.
Dr Foo emphasised the significance of philanthropy and providing charitable healthcare for the needy.
“For weak individuals, trendy healthcare has grow to be inconvenient and financially demanding. In actuality, charity and drugs ought to go hand-in-hand.
“As such, our clinic gives free healthcare for low-income earners, disabled sufferers, care recipients and refugees,” Dr Foo added.
The free healthcare centre additionally has branches in Melaka, Kedah and Penang, serving refugees from round 50 international locations.
EITA has additionally labored with the muse in a group-wide recycling marketing campaign, the place recyclables had been collected to lift funds as monetary assist for charity.