Nissan creates the autonomous chair capable of forming an orderly queue

Japanese electronics company Nissan is underlining its work in the realm of artificial intelligence by rolling out a series of seats capable of autonomous mobility, in other words, people can sit down while remaining in a queue.

The ProPILOT Chair moves with the queue, looking to take the inconvenience out of queuing using AI guidance.

The scheme is named after the company’s autonomous driving technology which remains an area of work Nissan is keen to promote with the stunt.

The technology has been active in Nissan cars since August in the newest Serena minivan.

From 27 September, Nissan will allow businesses across Japan to apply for the chairs by tweeting their name and webpage along with the hashtags #NissanProPilotChair #Wanted.

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