Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is set to begin using drone-based technology to help sanitize the facility, thus becoming the first professional sports stadium to do so. The team will use this technology for post-event disinfecting of the seating bowl, handrails, and glass partitions at the stadium. These drones allow for a 95% reduction in time spent cleaning the seating bowl and the ability to redeploy associates in other areas of the stadium as well as being fourteen times more efficient than regular backpack foggers.
The Lucid D1 may be a new addition to the extensive MBS cleaning and sanitization program, but it’s just one of its many components. They also daily clean using GenEon’s ionized solution that kills harmful germs and bacteria, while being safe for humans and the 600 hand sanitizer dispensers as well as monthly anti-viral coating to help reduce the risk of exposure to the virus.
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The process of welcoming fans back involves actively listening and responding to their concerns and we understand that proper cleaning and sanitization protocols are top of mind in the current environment. We have worked tirelessly to provide a safe environment for not only our associates, players and staff, but especially our fans,” said Dietmar Exler, COO, AMB Sports and Entertainment.