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Smart toilets alert cleaners

Imagine you're a cleaner responsible for hundreds of public toilets. How do you know where the dirty ones are? At London's Heathrow Airport, newly installed 'smart toilets' count the number of people using each cubicle, helping make the cleaning process more efficient.

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