KT to debut disinfection robots in April

South Korean telecom carrier KT, having already launched several robots for hotels and restaurants, is now posed to debut new robots fighting virus infections, laying a basis for its foray into the service robot and rental services business.

During a media event held Wednesday, the company said it plans to sell or rent up to 4,000 disinfection robots from April until the end of this year, targeting hospitals, government buildings and welfare facilities.

Its autonomous robots, which come in two types by size, will be dedicated to sterilizing airborne bacteria and viruses by using air plasma. Also, their lamps that emit ultraviolet-C light – known to have the shortest wavelength but be most powerful for ultraviolet purification – will be used to disinfect floors. They will also be used to purify air and remove dust and toxic gas.

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