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Houston airports are launching robots to help disinfect terminals

HOUSTON, Texas – What is 4 feet tall, 22 inches wide and weighs about 265 pounds? One of the six robots that disinfect George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport.

Last year, the Houston Airport System spent nearly $1 million on six Breezy One robots made by Build With Robots of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The robots, each costing $160,000, are now helping the airport’s human crews keep the two airports clean.

Four robots are stationed at George Bush Intercontinental Airport and there are currently two at Hobby Airport.

For more information on this story, visit our ABC13 partner Houston CultureMap

https://abc13.com/houston-airport-disinfection-robots-technology/11697546/ Houston airports are launching robots to help disinfect terminals

Dais Johnston

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