From Dicember 1st, the local police of Arezzo, in Tuscany, will be equipped with smart glasses to automatically recognize and read vehicle data and user documents.
They will be the first in Italy of this pilot project which intends to bring the technology of smart glasses to the roads of Italy.
By wearing the smart lasses, the local police of Arezzo will be able to check the data relating to the driver and the vehicle by simply looking at the license plate. This is possible because the smart glasses will be connected through software to the main databases.
This means “more effective management and savings in the intervention times of the agents“, as declared by the deputy mayor of Arezzo Lucia Tanti.
With the smart glasses, the policemen and policewomen will also be able to take photos or make georeferenced reports, to capture, for example, images of road accidents. As the commander of the Municipal Police of Arezzo Aldo Poponcini points out, the use of smart glasses “will guarantee more effective supervision and greater protection for citizens”.
Digital innovation is increasingly proving to be an important ally at the service of citizens.
At Brochesia, we are strongly convinced of this. Therefore we have been developing Augmented Reality solutions that make the most of technologies such as smart glasses devices.
In 2018 we had the opportunity to collaborate with Bari’s first aid, to which we supplied our B View solution.
With B View, the operators of the Apulian 118 were able to operate in emergency and first aid situations. By interacting simultaneously with the operations center, they received instructions and were more efficient in the intervention, with the possibility of using both hands in rescue operation.
Click here to learn more about this use case.
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