China has been gradually recovering from the high mortality rates of COVID-19, with lockdowns and travel bans being lifted across its cities.
The helmet comes with AR glasses attached with infrared cameras, allowing officers to detect body temperatures of crowds that are up to 5m away. It can also scan QR codes, perform facial recognition, and record data.
If there is anyone with a body temperature higher than 37.3 degree celsius, the helmet will sound it out to warn the officers.
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 5G are functions that come with this helmet too. Moreover, the company also claimed that their product is lightweight, made from an engineered material called “Metamaterial”.
While Thailand has fun superheroes walking around to sanitise the roads, it’s interesting to see how countries all over the world are adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic.