RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The next generation of accessories will detect the coronavirus, alert to incorrect use, and do much more. After the disposable surgical, cloth and PFF2 types, masks 2.0 are coming.
"In addition to more durable fabrics and the investment in filtering capacity, they will come with biosensors, nanotechnology, and even artificial intelligence," points out Guilherme Hummel, scientific coordinator of Hospitalar, one of the health sector's main events in Brazil.
These devices can provide users with important information. "They have sensors that alert to exposed areas and recommend the best fit for the face," Hummel says . . .