LifeAire was proud to be a featured topic and guest presenter at the 43rd Annual PA Aviation Conference in Bethlehem, PA, hosted by Lehigh Valley International Airport (LVIA).
Spotlighting “the resurgence of the aviation industry: post COVID and new technologies”, the conference was an ideal platform to share how LVIA recently became the first airport in the world to install LifeAire’s advanced air purification technology into its new $35 million terminal connector and security checkpoint to protect both passengers and staff from harmful airborne pathogens that can spread easily from one person to another.
LifeAire is NOT like other air filtration or purification strategies. It is a patented, multi-staged approach that sets itself apart from all competing systems. LifeAire was designed to handle the most difficult airborne challenges, specifically found in highly-sensitive medical environments, thus delivering a future-proofing quality to mainstream applications like the airport.
LifeAire CEO and Founder, Dr. Kathryn C. Worrilow, presented a detailed overview of the technology and how it was carefully developed to address the most challenging healthcare environment demands, making it ideally suited for commercial applications seeking best-of-breed solutions to protect the public from harmful airborne pathogens.
Pictured are Dr. Kathryn C. Worrilow, CEO, and Erik Marsh, Vice President of Business Development.