RESPIRA, the new research project on airborne peracetic monitoring with ROVER and UAS, was financed by Artes 4.0. Giotto Biotech and its partners, Publiacqua  and Etruria Volo will carry on the research in the next 18 months.

Research goal is to develop new systems for remote indoor and outdoor airborne peracetic acid monitoring. These simple and easy-to-use systems will be applied in various fields such as food industry, industrial laundries, animal husbandry, agricultural sector and hospital sector.




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