UV-C tech for emergency vehicles, mass transit launched at CES 2021

Meet grēnlite ESP200, ESP400, ESS200, and ESS400, pronounced “green light,” a series of UV-C treatment lights for cars. UVC lighting is already in use in emergency-service vehicles, mass transit and commercial vehicles, but this is the first implementation/product designed to automate the task (by ensuring it runs on schedule and without humans around).

“Using UV-C to kill germs is not a new process, however, deploying it into a mobile space, gathering real-time data and providing the ability to adjust as needed to maximize its efficiency is a major step forward in the use of UV-C,” said Tom Rizzi, Chief Executive Officer of GHSP. “With the challenges our world is currently facing with the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re very pleased that we’re able to bring this technology to the market at this time and help work to minimize the effects of COVID-19 and many other disease-causing germs.”

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