Robotics

UVD Robots Selected by Global Facility Management Company ISS

Blue Ocean Robotics

New Partnership Raises the Standard for Hygiene and Safeguards Workplaces for Employees to Return to Work

Today, Blue Ocean Robotics the manufacturer of UVD Robots for autonomous UV-C disinfection announced that it was selected by ISS World Services, a world leading global workplace experience and facility management company, to provide autonomous robots for disinfection as part of ISS’ global offering.

The agreement allows ISS to offer hospital-grade disinfection to its more than 60,000 customers in 30+ countries in healthcare, pharmaceutical, life science, banking and financial services, industry & manufacturing sectors. UVD Robots enable facilities to reduce disease transmission by eliminating 99.99 percent of bacteria and viruses in any room.

“As we return to work, companies need to re-establish physical connections, bringing employees safely back to work environments meeting higher hygiene standards. And they need to restore the emotional connection, building employees’ confidence in the safety of their workplaces. Being able to offer disinfection, which also includes UVD Robots is a powerful, effective way for our company to address and meet customers’ needs and expectations,” says Anders Høj, Director, Methods & Technologies, Cleaning at ISS World Services.

Claus Risager, Blue Ocean Robotics’ CEO, looks forward to partnering with ISS. “Our robots continue to play instrumental roles in helping businesses meet requirements prompted by the pandemic and beyond, resulting in significant reductions in workplace infections while reducing the level of employees on sick leave. The UVD Robot has unique capabilities to sense, document and show users how well disinfected an area is, enabling users to easily and quickly adjust the process and optimize if needed. A feature not found in any other UV-C disinfection robot.”

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