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13 jun 20235 min read

United Robotics Group Collaborates with Siemens Healthineers and HUS Diagnostic Center

Innovative uMobileLAB Pave the Way for Enhanced Efficiency and Productivity in Labs.


In the face of the global lab staff shortage crisis, United Robotics Group is proud to join forces with Siemens Healthineers and HUS Diagnostic Center to develop solutions that address this pressing challenge head-on. 

In a solution partnership, we are humbled to be part of the efforts to tackle this crisis by introducing uMobileLAB, developed in collaboration with Siemens Healthineers and HUS Diagnostic Center, uMobileLAB designed to perform key lab tasks. 

This collaborative endeavor represents a significant step towards lab automation, aiming to transform the workflows in clinical laboratories by taking over repetitive tasks, or those tasks that put physical strains on the employees, hence allowing highly qualified lab staff to focus on more complex and valuable work. .The uMobileLAB is at the forefront of this innovation. 

Julia Abrams, Business Lead for Northwest Europe at Siemens Healthineers, rightly highlights the increasing significance of intelligent robots that can interact seamlessly with other machines. This shared vision and commitment is the basis for the journey that we are now embarking on. We are inspired by the potential of uMobileLAB to redefine the in-vitro diagnostics industry. 

We invite you to watch the video below to gain deeper insights into this exciting project and witness the capabilities of the uMobileLAB robots. 

Together with Siemens Healthineers ,we are committed to addressing the lab staff shortage crisis and supporting laboratories with the steadily increasing demand. The introduction of uMobileLAB represents our dedication to fostering innovation and facilitating collaboration.

Our goal is to unlock the full potential of the lab team by freeing them from repetitive tasks, allowing them to focus on more complex and valuable work. This initiative contributes to the future of the industry and the advancement of lab capabilities.

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