Key West International Airport has enlisted the help of a COVID, germ zapping robot?

UVD Robot testing cleaning protocols. Courtesy: Monroe County BOCC Facebook The Monroe County airport has enlisted the help of a brand new, autonomous, germ zapping, COVID killing machine at its Key West International Airport (EYW). Beginning Friday, the robot cleaner produced by UVD Robots will begin patrolling the airport after hours and will emit ultraviolet

Tampa Bay’s Busch Gardens welcomes Speedy Revamp to storied Wooden Coaster— Meet Iron Gwazi, the fastest and tallest coaster of its kind

Courtesy: Busch Gardens Tampa Bay A video released by Busch Gardens has surfaced showing the all-new additions to the once wood-only rollercoaster at the popular Florida theme park. Gwazi, as it once was called, was a dueling wooden roller coaster with opposing running tracks named Lion and Tiger; the name originated from a fabled creature

‘Safe Spacer’ Florida-based wearable tech company sees spike in sales during the fight against COVID-19

Courtesy: Safe Spacer In a world of evolving technology and the need to adapt to our surrounding issues, new tech plays an essential role in combating and aiding issues worldwide. The COVID-19 pandemic has allowed scientists, researchers, and developers all over the world to collaborate and create necessary tools that assist in protecting against the

Robo-dogs to patrol Florida Air Force base: will assist with surveillance moving forward

Courtesy: (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Cory D. Payne) The 325th Security Forces Squadron is enlisting some dog patrolling support at the Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Fla. The dogs will cost around $100,000 each and can roam around the bases’ perimeter for roughly seven-mile round-trips before being charged. If you

Florida drivers can soon ditch their physical Driver’s License for a digital version on their mobile devices

Courtesy: Thales’ Website Florida residents will soon have access to a mobile version of their FDL. Thales, a French-based global technology company, reached an agreement with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles that will allow drivers of the state to carry a digital copy of their driver’s license via smartphones and tablets.