Our drone uses an onboard tank and two downward facing nozzles to apply disinfecting solutions to surfaces.
The drone features an onboard chemical tank and two downward facing nozzles. We also equip you with a handheld controller, a first-person view camera that streams the video feed to the controller, 4 sets of batteries, a charger, and a travel case for your drone.
10L (2.64 gallons).
The disinfecting drone will spray for 10 minutes, but its batteries last up to 15 minutes. We train our customers to replace their batteries when they refill the chemical tank.
Unfolded, the drone is roughly 53 inches in diameter and 24 inches tall. When you fold the drone, it fits into a 24” cubed travel case.
Yes! We pride ourselves on keeping your drones in the air. We offer remote technical support and data maintenance to ensure customer success.
You can use a luminometer sensor before disinfecting to show the presence of ATP on a surface and then take another measurement after to ensure that you achieve a lower value.
No. Our drones are built and programmed with ease-of-use in mind.
We generally train a company and its employees on how to operate our drones. However, in unique circumstances, we can provide a pilot for specific projects.
Third party companies wishing to operate our drone will need to obtain drone aviation insurance. We have partnered with an insurance company to create a streamlined process to allow you to quickly obtain necessary coverage.
In order to fly our drone, you must obtain your FAA Part 107 license. We offer online study materials to help you prepare for your test. Out of over 20,000 people that have taken this online study course, there is a 99% success rate!
Yes, we provide hands-on flight training to ensure that you and your employees are competent pilots.
For basic flight controls, most pilots are able to begin effectively flying within 5 minutes. However, we spend a full day with new pilots to run through various scenarios, safety precautions, and make sure they are appropriately prepared for the majority of situations that may occur on the job.