With an average of 63.1 million commuters passing through every year, London Bridge is one of London’s busiest train stations. Whilst most stations have not had the same peak of commuters in comparison to previous years, once London and the rest of the country is able to move back to ‘normal’, those numbers will begin to rise again.

With NESA Robotics, UVD Robots were deployed into St Pancras International as a means of protecting staff and commuters.  

The robots kill 99.9999% of all bacteria and viruses on surfaces and the air covering vast areas in just a matter of minutes. The UVD Robots are considerably quicker than other disinfection methods, rooms are immediately ready for occupancy as there are no lingering chemicals. 

UVD Robot disinfecting an office at London Bridge

At London Bridge, the UVD Robot disinfected various areas of the station, using the dosimeters to show the level of disinfection the robots perform and how quickly they can do so. In fact, the facilities office was fully disinfected in just five minutes.

After going up in the lift (which the robot was also able to disinfect) the robot disinfected a disabled toilet, an area that often requires advanced disinfection even prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

UVD Robot in front of a lift at London Bridge

The presence of the UVD Robot at the station unsurprisingly attracted attention, with many passersby asking about the robot and its abilities. This will install confidence for staff and passengers about the safety of the station. This has already been echoed at Heathrow Airport

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