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AVR Lab to resell AR/VR hygiene solutions in A/NZ

01 Sep 2020

The AVR Lab, a supplier of augmented and virtual reality technology and services has formed a partnership with Cleanbox to bring Smart Tech Hygiene solutions to the Australian and New Zealand markets.

A start-up business, The AVR Lab has been engaging with industry and connecting with small businesses to help build a stronger Australian Small Business network. 

Adding partnerships with organisations like Cleanbox enables them to bring the best of breed innovative solutions to the Australian market.

Cleanbox is a self-contained device that uses UVC light to kill pathogens without damaging the technology.

“Cleanbox technology is changing how hardware gets dried and disinfected quickly and waste-free. Our products have been in the market for over two years and proven to kill even the hardest of viruses and bacteria, in 60-seconds with a 99.999+% efficacy,” Cleanbox Technology co-founder and CEO Amy Hendrick explains.

“We are excited to work with Cleanbox. Teaming up with Cleanbox gives us the opportunity to provide our clients who use virtual reality headsets and augmented reality smart glasses with a cleaning solution that is fast and effective. Keeping them safe, especially in this Covid-19 environment. This is a game-changer for us and an exciting development for our company,” says AVR Lab emerging technology director Danny Gambaro. 

Cleanbox Technology chief growth officer Leila Amirsadeghi adds, “We are stoked to partner with the AVR Lab to bring Smart Tech Hygiene solutions to their clients, enabling further growth of the AR/VR market while providing peace of mind when it comes to the use of shared devices, especially those that sit on the head or face, near the major contagion points. Our products are used by companies across all industry verticals including Healthcare, Education, Government, Events and Location-Based Entertainment, and we look forward to growing our reach in Australia & New Zealand.”

The AVR Lab was founded in April 2020 as a subsidiary of Accuteque Global, a management consulting firm, founded by Caroline Patton in 2002, and has been providing services to the Australian and New Zealand markets for over 18 years. 

Until recently Accuteque has been delivering augmented and virtual reality (AVR) services as one of a broad range of services.

In April 2020, a decision was made to establish The AVR Lab as a separate business, focused on bringing AVR technology and solutions to the Australian and New Zealand market. 

Partnering with Danny Gambaro, Caroline and Danny have set up The AVR Lab as a start–up within an existing business structure and currently services clients across Australia.

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