Care is a team effort.

Moxi is our hospital robot assistant helping clinical staff.

 
 
 
 
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Moxi helps hospitals and clinical staff.

Moxi is the hospital robot assistant that helps clinical staff with non-patient-facing tasks like gathering supplies and bringing them to patient rooms, delivering lab samples, fetching items from central supply, and removing soiled linen bags. Automation helps hospitals maintain consistent care workflows and gives staff more time for patient care.

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Why hospitals?

  • Efficiency and consistency of care

  • Staff performing at the top of their license

  • Demand for nurses: 2.7M (2014), 3.2M (2024)

  • Bedside nurse turnover rate is 16.8%, close to a quarter (23.8%) of new hires leave within a year

  • Nurses spend up to 30% of their time on non-value added tasks

  • Staff want to spend more time with patients

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Valuable team member

  • Teammate: works side-by-side with staff

  • Dexterous: uses compliant arm and hand

  • Autonomous: completes tasks end-to-end

  • Proactive: helps staff before they ask

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State-of-the-art robotics and design

To operate in busy, semi-structured hospital environments, Moxi’s A.I. framework features:

  • Social intelligence: expressive face, social awareness

  • Mobile manipulation: compliant arm, hand, mobile base

  • Human-guided learning: learns from human teachers

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More than a pretty face

Why does Moxi have “social intelligence”? We want to make sure people always feel comfortable and understand what Moxi is doing.

Wouldn’t you feel better if a robot looked toward you when you walked by?

 
 
 
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Moxi stands out for being a socially intelligent robot that can aid nurses without making humans feel uncomfortable.
— ZDNET
 
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Dexterity + mobility = autonomy

 

With an arm to reach, gripper to pick up objects and mobile base to move, Moxi completes tasks end-to-end without help. In robot-world lingo, we call that “mobile-manipulation.”

 
 
 
 
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Autonomous mobile manipulation in semi-structured environments is hard at the best of times, and things get even harder in places like hospitals that are full of busy humans rushing around trying to save the lives of other humans.
— IEEE Spectrum
 
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Learns from humans

Moxi continuously adapts to changing hospital workflows by learning from human teachers along the way.

Don’t we all onboard new teammates by teaching them?

 
 
 
 
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By having Moxi focus on the more routine stuff, the bot will make life a little easier for harried hospital staff. It’ll help, too, by greeting folks in the hallway and learning to be responsive to staff needs and movements.
— GE REPORTS
 
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Can Moxi help your care team?

 
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