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Japan developed clothes with sensors to cope with heatstroke

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According to People's Daily reported on the 24th, because of the high temperature and heatstroke people continue to increase, in this case, Japan developed a sensor with clothing, you can measure how it feels about the heat.
After wearing this sensor-equipped garment, the sensor mounted on the back measures the temperature and humidity inside the garment and the temperature of the human body when the sun is shining. Then, based on a series of measured data, it is possible to confirm in real time how the high temperature affects your physical condition through a smartphone, and hopes to effectively cope with heat stroke.
In the future, a trial wear experience will be held for 1,000 people, and it is expected to be put into use in the summer of 2020. In addition, clothes will be developed that will alert consumers to add moisture and rest.