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This Drone Claims to Allow Sports Fans in Arenas and Kills the Coronavirus

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
May/10/2020

A Syracuse company claims its drone kills the coronavirus so that fans can feel safe in arenas.


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From Syracuse.com:

EagleHawk specializes in drones that use thermal cameras to detect roof leaks for government, college and university, medical and retail buildings. But when the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the U.S. in mid-March, much of that business dried up.  

The cameras have since been removed and replaced with a device that sprays disinfectant. 

“As a team, we just kind of took a step back and said, ‘How can we help be part of the solution going forward with COVID-19,’” said CEO Patrick Walsh, referencing the highly contagious respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus. 

EagleHawk won $500,000 in the Genius NY business competition at The Tech Garden, a business accelerator in downtown Syracuse, in 2019.

Walsh said the drones can quickly disinfect every seat as it flies around the facilities, piloted by an operator. Having employees walk around and spray thousands of seats after each game would be expensive and so time consuming it would be impractical, he said. 

It's also safer to disinfect from a drone than to have humans do the job.

Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion announced Sunday that a third player has tested positive for coronavirus. Two Brighton players had previously tested positive for the coronavirus in March and April. 

"It is a concern. Unfortunately we've had a third player test positive yesterday," Brighton chief executive Paul Barber confirmed told Sky Sports on Sunday. 

The unnamed player will enter a 14-day long isolation.  

"Despite all of the measures that we've been taking over the past few weeks, where the players haven't been involved in any significant training at all, we've still suffered another player testing positive for the virus," Barber added. 

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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