Drones have become a vital tool in the fight to eradicate COVID-19 pathogens in a variety of use cases. Shortly after the widespread outbreaks of the pandemic last year, drone companies like DJI modified crop spraying drones to accommodate disinfectant for use overseas.
The Atlanta Hawks contracted with Lucid Drone Technologies to use their D1 Disinfecting Drone to help sanitize the 17,500-seat State Farm Arena between events. The drone can cover 150,000 square feet in an hour.
New York-based firm EagleHawk has also developed a process to sanitize large areas against COVID-19 via disinfectant drones. Using EPA-approved chemicals, the disinfectant drones can spray over large facilities such as stadiums and ballparks, or indoor buildings such as jails and government offices.
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