Italian airport leads Europe in adopting AR thermal scanning helmets

Ever since COVID-19 first began wreaking havoc in China, multiple Chinese and American companies have been rushing to popularize wearable thermal scanners that can quickly detect a key symptom — elevated body temperature — in public places. Now the busiest airport in Italy, Rome’s Aeroporti di Roma-Fiumicino, says it’s the first in Europe to adopt a “smart helmet” that uses augmented reality and a thermal scanner to screen visitors, helping the facility keep sick people off planes.

Similar to a motorcycle or police riot helmet in design, the

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