Automatically generated machines are being used at Pittsburgh Airport to help clean and scrub areas using enhanced ultraviolet energy. The robots can operate manually or for a long period of time without human interference. Ultraviolet light was used for about years in laboratories or hospitals, but it was the first time the airlines has been screened for disinfection. To supply customers with better protection while going through potential infection from the coronavirus pandemic, Carnegie Robotics will cooperate with their respective deputies that will assure the robot machines will fight microorganisms on main roads. As the airport has said, an operator will first move the machine around the lower portion of an area that needs cleaning, which blueprint will then be saved to memory.

The water source has to be checked after every 150 minutes, whereas its battery lasts for about six hours in duration, according to the officials. Automated robots are equipped with photographic materials like cameras to distinguish items and life forms, and its development companies mention that when something crosses its path, the robot will stop. The head officer of Carnegie Robotics Daniel Beaven, believes that an airline as an specific location, is a typical example of public areas: meditative space, high traffic jams, and big open areas.