Iranian Researcher Creates Smart Uniform for Soldiers

Iranian Researcher Creates Smart Uniform for Soldiers یکشنبه 28 مهر 1398 - 14:08

Iranian researchers have created smart uniforms for soldiers using an array of sensors to monitor vital signs and detect radioactive and landmines.

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