Sports fans are prioritizing cleanliness and sanitation and many fans are willing to pay extra to know that venues have been properly cleaned and sanitized. Using Technology to Help could be the Solution.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the world and has changed the way society views and approaches health and safety, including facility cleanliness and sanitization. These changes will continue to create new challenges and drive new protocols for facilities and venues, as indicated by the survey results above.

When it comes to traditional disinfection methods, such as wiping surfaces with towelettes or using backpack sprayers, those methods will be unsuitable for large-scale disinfection of fan seating areas. These methods are too labor intensive, make it harder to achieve turnaround times, and create additional liability exposure. Fortunately, drone-enabled disinfectant spraying technology is an innovative new method that can help facilities disinfect the seating areas of stadiums and arenas, safely, efficiently, and affordably.

Deciding whether to disinfect the seating area in a venue has become an important point of discussion as facilities navigate new expectations of leagues, schools, players, stakeholders, and fans. The type of venue, the seating layout, the frequency of events, and whether it is outdoors or indoors are key factors in these discussions. The consensus seems to be that disinfection on a regular basis and after every event will be important to demonstrate that a facility is doing everything possible to ensure safety and cleanliness.

To fans and patrons that a venue is committed to doing everything possible to make that facility safe, clean, and disinfected is going to be a key enabler to getting fans and stakeholders back into the stands

Traditional vs Drone-Enabled Disinfection

Most facilities and venues currently use a team of laborers after each event to clean up debris, garbage, and some cases pressure wash the facility. This labor-intensive approach has been considered for disinfection as well, but there are many reasons this approach is impractical. There are safety concerns, liability risks, operational challenges, and cost barriers to performing manual spraying of disinfectant. drone-enabled disinfectant spraying services and technologies overcome these challenges because it is safe, efficient, effective, affordable, and reduces liability risks.


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Helping to prevent the spread of Covid-19 is key. Thermal imaging cameras are effective prescreening devices. The non-contact intelligent thermal imaging technology detects elevated body temperature, which could be indicative of a fever, one of the first symptoms of Covid-19.

The Intelligent thermal Imager (ITI) is mainly used in areas such as railways stations, subway stations, airports, hospitals, factories, shopping malls, supermarkets, long-term care facilities, hotels, schools, universities, stadiums, Pharmacies and other public places with sizable floating populations or essential personnel.

Having the capability to efficiently identify elevated body temperature quickly and in compliance with physical distancing regulations, will greatly reduce
opportunities for the virus to spread, thereby protecting workers, public health and safety.

The device resembles a video camera and can automatically detect the body temperature of the person in its path. The software is configured to trigger an automated audible alarm to any temperature over a preset threshold. This information is transmitted to the central control system.



In light of the unusual circumstances that the world is going through in its fight against the COVID-19, a Jordanian-based company introduced a new innovative breakthrough, “Orix”. Within the highest safety standards, “Orix” was launched to assist both the public and private sectors to continue their operations, while also maintaining the safety of its people

Indicator lights for human flow control.

Disinfection Process: Disinfecting material is misted, enveloping the entire body to ensure maximum coverage and effectiveness.

Nozzles: The technology used transforms the disinfecting material from liquid form into a homogeneous mist, making the disinfection process gentler on the skin, body, hair and clothing.

Time adjustable misting process according to medically certified disinfectants PROTECT 28 and 30.

Low power consumption. Limit switch for low level and indication of tank capacity.

Automatic Two-way flow synchronized operation (entry and exit).