LADYBUG: AUTONOMOUS VERSION
Our Ladybug UVC robot, used in regular and controlled cleaning cycles, aims to prevent and reduce the spread of infectious diseases, viruses, bacteria and other types of harmful micro-organisms in the environment by affecting their DNA structure directly.
The robot is safe, reliable and eliminates human error. In addition to being user-friendly and designed to assist cleaning staff on a daily basis, it is fully automatic, totally secure and ensures the traceability of decontamination operations …
The Ladybug, a design and manufacture
« Made in Europe »
Our Ladybug robot is an autonomous germicidal decontamination unit based on UVC radiation technology for air and surface disinfection.
This process, specially designed for daily treatment of large surfaces, allows the eradication of viruses and germs, thus preventing their spread. The use of Ladybug is simple and implements a process that does not use any chemicals, therefore does not induce any toxicity and does not generate any residual product and deposit. This robot only uses ultraviolet light.
Equipped with an autonomous displacement unit
This decontamination system is capable of carrying out missions in total autonomy and requires no human intervention for its commissioning.
Thanks to an intuitive handling system. Remote assistance is available via our hotline, which ensures that you can get total peace of mind.
availability of your decontamination unit whatever your skills and technical services at your disposal.
Human presence monitoring acting on an automated shutter avoiding untimely lamp stoppages (to increased lamp life) and protecting humans from any negative effects of UVC irradiation. Also ensures an immediate restart of the decontamination without any loss of irradiance power.
Ladybug for what use?
This robot can be used in all public places such as hospitals, shopping malls, Ehpad, airports, hotels, food and pharmaceutical industries, laboratories, universities, offices, etc…
Safety by shutter :
The shutter system is activated when the ladybug detects a human presence, to protect from UV exposure. The UVs lights are not switched off in order to maintain the UV intensity necessary for decontamination, to extend the life of the UVs and to save energy.