Staff at a Shanghai subway station are monitoring passenger flows with augmented reality smart glasses ahead of the second China International Import Expo next week. Photo: WeiboStaff at a Shanghai subway station are monitoring passenger flows with augmented reality smart glasses ahead of the second China International Import Expo next week. Photo: Weibo
Staff at a Shanghai subway station are monitoring passenger flows with augmented reality smart glasses ahead of the second China International Import Expo next week. Photo: Weibo

Shanghai subway to trial augmented reality smart glasses to ease passenger flow during China International Import Expo

  • Beijing Metro plans to roll out facial recognition in its stations and police around the country are also testing the technology

Topic |   China Society
Staff at a Shanghai subway station are monitoring passenger flows with augmented reality smart glasses ahead of the second China International Import Expo next week. Photo: WeiboStaff at a Shanghai subway station are monitoring passenger flows with augmented reality smart glasses ahead of the second China International Import Expo next week. Photo: Weibo
Staff at a Shanghai subway station are monitoring passenger flows with augmented reality smart glasses ahead of the second China International Import Expo next week. Photo: Weibo
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