Danish clean-tech company seeks distributors for a novel whole-room disinfection robot

Danish clean-tech company is looking for distributors or agents across Europe for its whole-room disinfection robot. The robot is a high-tech mobile device that eliminates pathogens (bacteria, viruses, and fungi) during terminal disinfection in healthcare facilities through a chemicals and by-product free process. It prevents the spread of infectious deceases, thus limiting the number of prevalent Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) and increasing patient and personnel safety.
Copenhagen and the Metropolitan University College are two of the science-knowledge partners of the company. They do their research and development work in Copenhagen, while the robot is manufactured in Sweden. The robot is currently sold in Qatar, Turkey and the UK to private clinics or certified partners. They provide the market with the following: - clean air solutions for polluting industries - systems to improve the air quality in indoor environment - disinfection technology to totally kill dangerous viruses, bacteria and fungi. The primary market is within healthcare; hospitals, private clinics and elderly institutions. However, the technology finds multiple applications such as food factories, sport facilities, private homes etc. The disinfection robot does whole-room, touch-less, chemical-free surface disinfection and air purification and the technology breaks the chain of infection in healthcare settings. The Danish Technical Institute and the Danish Institute for Hygiene and Microbiology have documented the biocide efficacy of the robot in microbiological third-party laboratory tests. The tests use the industry standard NFT 72-281 norm. The robot demonstrates total kill efficacy ranging from 99.9% to 99.9999% depending on the pathogen. The robot is mobile and easy to move from room to room. The device is operated through a user-friendly wireless tablet that connects directly to the unit and the robot sends an SMS notifications to operator and staff to notify them when the treatment is finished. They would like to establish a network of specialised distributors or agents all over Europe to address the healthcare market with their disinfection robot.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought: 
Ideally, they look for distributors with experience and network in the healthcare industry with the capability for developing new markets, since the market for automated room disinfection (ARD) / whole-room disinfection (WRD) is in an early adoption phase. The company has the vision of treating local distributors as long-term partners, rather than temporary market-entry vehicles. They would like to maintain control over the product market strategy by counting on the knowledge of the distributor on the local market setting.
Stage of Development: 
Already on the market
IPR Status: 
Patents granted
Comments Regarding IPR Status: 
The robot is a patented invention with the U.S. Patent and Trademark office. Patent applied for and issued in 82 countries.
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