BERLIN – August 22, 2023 – UVCeed today announced the company will showcase its flagship product, the world’s smartest mobile UV light disinfectant platform, at IFA 2023 in Berlin, Germany. Company Co-Founder Justin Beyers will appear in Hall 27, Booth 251, September 1-2 to meet with attendees and media, and demonstrate the future of disinfection with the award-winning UVCeed solution. IFA 2023, the world's largest consumer electronics and home appliances trade show, takes place September 1-5, 2023 at the Messe Berlin Exhibition Grounds.
“The need to disinfect an object or surface can happen at any moment,” said Justin Beyers, co-inventor and engineer, UVCeed. “UVCeed enables users to do just that—regardless of location—to protect themselves and their loved ones from all types of harmless and dangerous pathogens. We’re looking forward to attending IFA 2023 and showing attendees how UVCeed puts the power of protection in your hands.”
UVCeed, now available for both iOS and Android, is 99.99 percent effective at killing germs, bacteria and viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in seconds. UVCeed attaches to the back of any smartphone and is outfitted with powerful mercury-free LED UV light rays and multiple sensors, proprietary iCide smart dosage and iCide safety technology, and an intuitive app that gives users the power, visibility and confidence to protect themselves anytime, anywhere.
UVCeed retails for $149.95. To see how UVCeed works, watch this video.
For more information, visit www.uvceed.com.
UVCeed is the first personal AI-powered mobile UVC disinfectant platform for work, home, school, or travel. It is designed by Bonutti Research, a medical device incubator with a 30+ year history of innovation, over 400 patents and applications, and 700 licenses. As a practicing surgeon, Dr. Peter Bonutti understands the importance of infection control and developed UVCeed to create a convenient device for personal use that is safe and effective. UVCeed’s patented technology leverages machine learning and computer vision to ensure safe usages and proper amount of energy is used to achieve the desired level of disinfection. For more information, visit https: www.uvceed.com.
Donna Loughlin Michaels