Leading supplier of Augmented and Virtual Reality technology and services, The AVR Lab, has some exciting news to share. The start-up recently announced its partnership with Cleanbox Technology Inc. to bring premium hygiene solutions to Australia and New Zealand. The Director of Emerging Technology, Danny Gambaro, gushed over working with the California-based Cleanbox, stating that the partnership was a game-changing development for the company.
The AVR Lab – Cleanbox Partnership
Despite being a start-up, The AVR Lab has made a name in the tech industry for punching above its weight. With this latest announcement, the company has solidified its reputation for building bridges with small businesses to form a strong network in Australia. A partnership with Cleanbox enables The AVR Lab to bring the best of smart tech hygiene solutions to keep its clients safe.
Meanwhile, Amy Hedrick, CEO and Co-Founder of Cleanbox Technology declared that with products on the market for two years, the company is changing how hardware is disinfected and dried quickly and waste-free. Leila Amirsadeghi, the Chief Growth Officer at Cleanbox is stoked that the partnership enables them to bring smart tech hygiene solutions to their clients, for further growth of the AR/VR market and maintaining peace of mind about shared device use.
Cleanbox is a premium, eco-friendly company founded in 2018. It specialises in hygiene solutions to ensure decontamination of smart tech such as AR, VR, MR and communication headsets, masks, eyewear and other kinds of hardware for mass use. The US-based startup eliminates the need for toxins or heat in the process, for total protection — for the electronics, the user, as well as the environment.
The company claims to be completely safe for users and independently lab tested to kill 99.99% of fungi, bacteria and virus in a minute. The Cleanbox product line showcases models like CX1, CX2, CX4 and Clean Defence. At present, the company’s products are utilized across all industry verticals — education, healthcare, government, events as location-based entertainment, and is looking to expand its reach in Australia and New Zealand.
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