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Our Mission

PREPARING NOW FOR THE NEXT PANDEMIC

Our mission is to act upon the words of Bill Gates, who in 2018, predicted the current pandemic, and WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, both of whom have warned that despite the vaccine for Covid19, other pandemics and epidemics will afflict the world in the near future. We must, they emphasize, prepare now to confront them. (https://www.blackienvironmental.com/bill-gates-predicts-when-the-next-pande
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Is this the “new normal”? An age of permanent uncertainty?

Perhaps. But what IS certain is that the new normal will include an intense and permanent commitment to cleanliness in every nook and cranny of society. A
commitment to use the latest technology, including Black-I Environmental’s disinfectant robots.

We bring to the challenge our 14 years of designing and developing autonomous guided vehicles, robotic chassis, robots, flexible mobile arms and other robotic devices, some with biologic, chemical and radiation sensing systems, for a variety of customers. These include the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security and numerous universities, including Princeton, Yale and Carnegie-Mellon. Our mission is to deploy hundreds, eventually thousands of disinfectant robots to clean every hospital, hotel, school, nursing home, office building, manufacturing plant — you name it, a robot can clean it better than any other device. And do it anytime, anywhere, at very low cost.

What of the thousands of workers armed with rags, mops and scrubbers in the cleaning business today? They’ll no longer be among the most apt to catch Covid. And many will learn to program the robots and plan their routes, a nice bump up on the intellectual and pay scales.

Ultimately, our mission at Black-I Environmental is to deploy the latest technology to help keep people safe — to enable all of us to spend time with our families, travel, eat out, head for the office, attend the theatre, go to the gym, check into a hotel, all without worry.

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