UNITED KINGDOM: St Pancras to introduce virus-cleaning robots London’s St Pancras International station is to deploy two robots to help eradicate viruses throughout the concourse and its facilities, Business Traveller reports.
The robots will be introduced from September 22, with St Pancras claiming to be “the first train station in the world to utilise high-tech cleaning robots to help eradicate viruses”.
An ultraviolet robot will use UV-C light to deliver fully autonomous, fast and chemical free disinfection to large areas. The technology is able to kill 99.9999 percent of viruses and bacteria including Covid-19 on all surfaces and in the air surrounding it in a matter of minutes.
Meanwhile the station will deploy a second Ultrasonic Disinfection Atomiser cleaning robot, known as an Eco Bot 50. The robot is designed to clean and disinfect surfaces simultaneously with minimal human interaction. ...