'Smart Helmets' at Rome Airport Check On Passengers' Temperatures
Fiumicino International Airport in Rome is the first one in Europe to use "smart helmets" to check the temperature of travelers from a safe distance. VOA Correspondent Mariama Diallo explains how the helmets are helping fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Engineers at a Rome airport tested a new "smart helmet," Tuesday, May 13, which scans passengers' temperatures as they are moving, in an attempt to fight the coronavirus amid an easing of travel restrictions.
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