Since the launch of the Aertos 120-UVC, Digital Aerolus has been featured in a number of national, international and local media outlets.
There has been great deal of interest in the formation of the Aertos 120-UVC drone, how and why it works, and who Digital Aerolus is as a company.
There is a global need for new technology that can be used to help combat the spread of coronavirus and Digital Aerolus is taking action. Here are some of the highlights:
“We are not trying to be experts on UVC or COVID-19. We are engineers and scientists, not UVC experts. However, there are decades of credible research surrounding the effectiveness of UVC as a disinfection tool. We are working with proven UVC research and applying it to a new delivery application via our stable commercial drones.” Digital Aerolus CEO Jeff Alholm sits down to talk about the capabilities and technology behind the Aertos 120-UVC – follow the link above for the full interview.
“Combining Digital Aeolus’ industrial drone technology with small but powerful UVC emitters, the Aertos 120-UVC is mobile, cost effect and delivers the rapid disinfection of COVID-19 without putting humans at risk”
“The benefit of the Aertos 120-UVC is that it allows more organizations to deploy UVC disinfecting tactics quickly. The Digital Aerolus team developed the Aertos 120-UVC drone as a tool to help essential businesses needing immediate and practical access to UVC disinfection technology during the pandemic.”
“This is another place where autonomy comes in handy. The autonomous drone ensures that humans are exposed neither to the virus nor to the intense ultraviolet light used to kill it.”
“This drone is the only one specifically designed to fly indoors and in confined spaces, without relying on GPS or other external aids. According to Digital Aerolus, Artificial Intelligence (AI) mimics the human brain’s ability to preventively recognize and avoid obstacles.Combining this feature with the UVC disinfection turns the drone into a real weapon to significantly reduce the health risks of humans who are at the forefront of the fight against the new coronavirus, reports the UAV Expert News.”
“Digital Aerolus is a Lenexa, Kansas-based autonomous technology startup and developer of software and hardware for industrial drones. The company announced it has developed the first indoor drone with germicidal C-band ultraviolet (UVC) emitters at 265nm, created specifically to combat the spread of the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) virus with a 99% disinfection rate. It is the first remote and mobile disinfection method for essential businesses.”
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“UVGI is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UVC) to sanitize a surface or an entire indoor area. According to Digital Aerolus, exposure to UVC light with enough intensity and duration destroys the RNA replication mechanism of the virus with +99.9% effectiveness.”
KCTV 5 (CBS) – Lenexa Company Fights COVID-19 From the Air
The Aertos 120-UVC drone was featured on local CBS affiliate, KCTV 5 News. Digital Aerolus Director of Product and Business Development Jameson Huckabee was interviewed about plans moving forward following the launch of the new COVID-19 fighting drone.
“While winds of change have plenty of businesses pivoting product offerings, Digital Aerolus isn’t one of them — instead turning up the heat on its patented disinfectant tech.”
Click on the link above to read the StartlandNews interview with Jameson Huckaba, Director of Product and Business Development for Digital Aerolus.
If you want to read more recent press about the Aertos 120-UVC please visit the Digital Aerolus press page. If you are a member of the media seeking additional information about our new COVID-19 disinfection drone, please visit our Media page