SmartCone and Clarion Drone Academy work on coronavirus indoor drone disinfection


SmartCone Technologies and Clarion Drone Academy have begun collaboration on a new indoor drone disinfection system to combat coronavirus.

It is hoped that the technology will be a step in the right direction when it comes to easing lockdown measures.

The companies claim that their solution will vastly speed up the process of disinfecting an factories, offices and tech parks compared to more traditional methods.

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SmartCone will set up safe takeoff and landing zones and LiDAR trip wires will alert the team if anyone enters the operational areas.

SmartCone, founded in 2011, has offices in Ontario and California and is a data sensory company that commercialises new internet-of-things technologies powering sensors, cognitive edge computing, sensor fusion and artificial intelligence.

Clarion, meanwhile, has worked in the aviation industry for over four decades, specialising in aircraft avionics and remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) systems.

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