It was a contest that attracted nearly one thousand entries in six hours. A covid fighting robot at Key West International Airport needed a name and thousands of contestants
weighed in with several answers. Florida Keys officials chose the winning submission and it was “R2Key2”
Key West International was among the United States’ first airports to use the robots in December.
The unit uses high-intensity ultraviolet UV-C wavelength light that removes 99.9 percent of harmful airborne and surface pathogens (including the novel coronavirus.)
“R2Key2” was submitted by Chelsea Atkins of Bat Cave, North Carolina.