Indigo-Clean technology was invented by the University of Strathclyde, Scotland in 2005. After initial laboratory testing, it was tested in occupied patient rooms at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary from 2008-2011. Since that time, the University has continued to invest in additional laboratory and occupied room studies. Commercialization efforts have also included a range of laboratory tests, primarily focused on the application science, and demonstrating the performance of the technology in occupied patient rooms, operating rooms, and emergency departments. Most notably, Indigo-Clean has been shown to improve outcomes by reducing Surgical Site Infections (SSI’s).