Safeology Approach

Only Safeology™ offers a holistic approach to disinfection that goes well beyond the UVC products themselves. Safeology’s proprietary Custom Software Suite (CSS) integrates unique technology features that make operation simple, effective and safe. Using statistical genome modeling, evidence-based experimentation, and computational dosage mapping combined with cloud-based software solutions and safety monitoring artificial intelligence, Safeology provides the most advance UVC cleaning technology available.

A superior software solution.

Safeology combines the latest in UVC science with innovative technology to ensure outstanding UVC cleaning performance while emphasizing user safety. The Safeology UVC Tower Elite  Custom Software Suite offers a cloud-based web solution for back-end system management, including real-time tracking and control, disinfection validation, remote software updates, AI safety monitoring, and lamp efficacy and maintenance data. Our custom mobile app provides a user-friendly interface for easy provisioning, control, and cycle completion notification. In addition, our computer-aided modeling can calculate the required UVC dosage for any space.

Computer-aided modeling

Effective disinfection requires utilizing the correct dosage of UVC light, which is determined by the size of the space and the intensity and duration of UVC emittance needed to inactivate pathogens.

  • UVC dosage analysis for any space
  • Product quantity recommendations based upon statistical analysis

Cloud-based management

Safeology’s IoT integration collects important data using the systems that can be accessed anywhere at any time via the Cloud, providing you the information necessary to optimize the safe and effective use of the Safeology UVC Tower Elite.

  • Centralized monitoring and control
  • Real-time data tracking and analysis
  • Room-based cleaning validation and statistics
  • Lamp operations, efficacy and maintenance monitoring
  • Staff operations tracking and reporting
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) safety monitoring
  • Remote software updates

Tower application operations

The Safeology UVC Tower Elite comes with a mobile device pre-loaded with the Safeology custom app. Designed for ease of use, the app helps administrators and operators quickly and easily create accounts, set up equipment, establish cleaning parameters, program cleaning cycles, manage the Tower fleet, and operate individual Towers.

  • User-friendly interface
  • Easy provisioning and simple operations
  • Tower fleet location tracking and status
  • Disinfection cycle programming
  • Cleaning cycle status
  • Equipment alert notifications
  • Cycle completion updates

A focus on safety.

Safeology products have multiple layers of integrated protection to prevent accidental exposure.

UVC Towers

UVC Towers
  • In-person software lock and key authentication
  • UVC lamp startup audio warning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) pre-initiation room scanning
  • Top light indicator for operational modes
  • Delay-start timer
  • 3 PIR sensors with 360o coverage for auto shutoff when movement is detected
  • Automatic-off if Tower is tipped
  • Shatter-resistant lamp protection
  • No ozone
  • Outside room warning stand

UVC Mobile Air Purifiers

UVC Mobile Air Purifiers
  • Auto off switch for safe lamp replacement
  • Auto off switch for safe filter replacement
  • No ozone

UVC Upper Room Fixtures

UVC Upper Room Linear Fixtures
  • Designed for safe operation in rooms with 8’ or higher ceilings
  • PIR auto-off sensors to protect against accidental UVC exposure
  • Auto-off switch for safe lamp replacement
  • Louvered design to prevent UVC from entering occupied space
  • No ozone emission
  • Complies with IEC 62471 Photobiological Safety of Lamps and Lamp Systems
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1 The term pathogens, as used in Safeology literature, refers to the broader category of disease-producing germs, including viruses, bacteria and spores. While UVC light has been proven effective in inactivating or eliminating various pathogens, the dosage of UVC exposure (UVC intensity over time) required to do so may vary by pathogen type. Pathogens, in general, require different levels of exposure for disinfection. Some can be inactivated relatively quickly, while others require longer exposure to UVC.