Sport Corona distance rules: Udine is testing new system in the stadium
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The Italian first division soccer team Udinese Calcio is testing a new system for checking the Corona distance rules.
The Italian first division soccer team Udinese Calcio is testing a new system to check the Corona distance rules. The technology will be used for the first time on Sunday (3 p.m.) at the home game against former Bayern star Franck Ribery and Fiorentina.
Around 350 people should then wear a device in the stadium that vibrates if the minimum distance is not maintained. In addition, it is possible to track the contacts in the arena. The system developed by the company "Be Shaping The Future" is intended to enable the stadiums to be safely reopened with spectators, reported the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Italian head of the association, Gabriele Gravina, advocated filling at least 30 percent of the seats.
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