Nissan has developed an autonomous chair for the people who hate standing in a queue.
Remember the auto pilot chairs that were introduced by Nissan a few months ago? Well, now Nissan has come up with another brilliant idea that is suited for the people who cannot stand in a queue to wait for something.
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The company has made autonomous chairs that will take the notice of ones position in a queue and will let them have their turn without standing up.
This project has been revealed under the category of Intelligent Mobility blueprint in order to ease out the daily life of customers. The Intelligent Parking chairs which were introduced earlier were a hit for sure.
Well this autonomous chair will have the ability to keep track of the motion in queue. The chairs have the ability to negotiate in the queues on the behalf of occupants and can save time along with space for them.
The ProPILOT Chair as its being named is supposed to free one from the hassle of standing in a line.
The ProPILOT Chair has the ability to detect and follow a chair ahead of it by keeping its track. The chair on the other hand also maintains a fixed distance with the other chairs so that they don’t collide with each other.
This system is pretty much in consistence to the ProPILOT system that is used in cars and is available in the Serena minivan that is offered in Japan since August.
This system allows the car to maintain a safe distance ahead and also makes sure that the vehicle in turn remains in the center of lane in which it is being driven.
The Chairs are supposed to be present at selected restaurants in the year 2017 where customers won’t have to go through the physical constraints of standing for long time.