Benq have announced that they will be testing their air quality monitors for air pollution at the first match of the season between Juventus and Udinese in Turin.
The monitoring system is being tested in three different venues in Serie B, with the most recent test taking place in Rome on Wednesday.
The monitors will be monitored by the Italian authorities from 6:00pm on Friday morning and will be shown for 24 hours, according to the Benq website.
The company is also looking into ways to test the monitors in the rest of Italy, including Milan, Turin and Livorno, and is currently testing monitors in Parma, Bologna and Bolognia.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) will be taking the lead in the monitoring of air quality and is looking into how to reduce emissions in the stadiums.
It has been reported that the Bianconeri will also use the monitor at the end of the Serie B game.
It is currently unknown if the monitoring system will be used for the rest the season, with reports suggesting it will be discontinued at the start of the 2021-22 campaign.