Aero HygenX and Lufthansa Technik have signed a global distribution agreement for the RAY line of autonomous UV-C disinfecting robots for aircraft.
As per the agreement signed earlier this year and finalized during the ongoing Dubai Airshow, Lufthansa Technik will become a non-exclusive distribution partner for the RAY product line, acting as a sales liaison to airlines, ground handling companies, MRO facilities or service shops.
“At Lufthansa Technik we know that sustainable recovery and safety are paramount for the aviation industry,” said Max Schramm, Sales Director Canada at Lufthansa Technik. “Our customers are demanding innovative solutions for cabin disinfection to protect their interiors, their passengers, their staff, and the environment. The RAY product line meets our stringent quality standards, is environmentally friendly and offers superior defence against the spread of pathogens onboard.”
“Lufthansa Technik is the global leader in aircraft of aircraft maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification services, so naturally this distribution agreement represents a major step forward for Aero HygenX,” said Aero HygenX CEO Arash Mahin. “We are honoured to have our line of UV-C aircraft disinfection solutions made available to the aviation industry thorough an organization with such a solid reputation for innovation and safety.”
Designed for the transportation industry, RAY is a compact and light-weight autonomous robot which uses motion sensing technology to navigate cramped spaces (such as aircraft cabins) and disinfect air and surfaces quickly, safely and without the use of harmful chemicals, using UV-C light. It is proven to safely destroy the pathogens that cause MERS-CoV, SARS-CoV1, Ebola, and SARS-CoV2.
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