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Tokyo Olympics Staff Given Earpieces to Monitor for Heatstroke Risk

10 days ago   |   By Hypebeast

Tokyo summers are notoriously hot and humid, with temperatures soaring to highs of 35 Celsius and average humidity levels ranging from 50 to 80 percent. For Tokyo's 1964 Summer Olympics , the games were scheduled for October to avoid the city's midsummer heat. As this year's Olympics remain scheduled for July and August, many precautionary measures have been taken. To combat the risk of heat-related illness, Alibaba , a TOP Partner of the Olympic Games, has developed an ear-worn device that keeps track of the body temperatures and heart rates of Olympic onsite staff in Tokyo. Multiple Wet...
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