NESA Robotics is proud to announce that UVD Robots and GoBe Robots have been selected as finalists in the iF DESIGN AWARD 2021.

The iF DESIGN AWARD identifies outstanding design, how it is suitable for both business and everyday life and the winners are awarded one of the most important seals of quality in the world. Founded in Germany in 1953, the iF label is a reliable sign of good design for consumers as well as the design community.

Previous winners have included the Nokia 800 Tough and the branding of BLANK Cosmetic. 

UVD Robots kill 99.9999% of all bacteria and viruses on surfaces and the air covering vast areas in just a matter of minutes. 

The GoBe Robot is a telepresence robot that helps users stay connected with colleagues, clients, students or patients all across the world if they cannot be there in person.

NESA Robotics have deployed UVD Robots into Heathrow Airport, St Pancras International and UK Power Networks. They have provided much needed confidence for workers and the public visiting the premises. 

The GoBe has been used by Cobham Free School, and its predecessor Beam was most recently seen on Channel 4’s The Last Leg.

The winners will not be officially announced until March, but we have our fingers crossed that our robots will be included!

For more information on the UVD Robot click here. For more information on the GoBe click here

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