UVD Robots for Hospitality

UVD Robot in a hotel room to help the hospitality sector

Around the world the hospitality industry is one of the main employers and a main source of GDP for some nations, providing a steady source of income for many. In the UK alone, the hospitality industry is the 4th biggest employer and provides over £73bn of GVA directly to the UK economy, and a further £87bn indirectly. 

In 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on the global hospitality industry, forcing the entire industry to close down, leaving hundreds of thousands of pubs and restaurants unable to open back up. 

Extending further than food and drink, the pandemic has seen football clubs, hotels and conferences centres miss out on vital revenue. Reports say that 4,000 grassroots football clubs might close and 72 football league clubs are in danger, the hotel industry may take until 2023 to recover, and that some conference centres may be closed for good.

The main problem facing these areas of hospitality is without the assurance of safe and Covid-19 free spaces, customers are both unable and reluctant to return.

UVD Robot at the end of a bed showing how it can be used in the hospitality industry

Targeting critical touch points, the UVD Covid-19 killing robot

With the recent rise in cases where blame has been levelled at the hospitality sector, surveys taken show that over 50% of individuals are not willing to return to the hospitality sector immediately because of the risk these areas may pose. Facing the same issue as many other sectors, hotels, pubs, football stadiums, restaurants and conference rooms all contain critical and regularly used touch points where transmission is more likely. 

Targeting such hot spots, the UVD Covid-19 killing robot from NESA Robotics can ensure the safety of all areas of the hospitality sector, killing 99.9999% of harmful microorganisms, bacteria and viruses that live on all surfaces and in the air. Using UVC light to destroy the bugs, the UVD Robot can autonomously clean a mapped area, taking away the need for human intervention, and perform 2 days’ worth of santisiation in one hour. 

By quickly and effectively disinfecting key areas to operating theatre standards, the hospitality sector can inject confidence to guests and customers.