Self-driving Nissan slippers: An excellent promo of ProPilot technology
Service in a Japanese hotel in Yokohama will amaze even the most capricious guest: self-driving slippers find the client, cushions return to their place, and the remote control for the TV always returns to the shelf near sofa.
How does it work? Each slipper, for example, has two small wheels, a mini-engine and sensors. Slippers “understand” where the designated spot is and return there.
Nissan created a system of unmanned household items for advertising the ProPilot technology, which is installed in Nissan Leaf electric cars. The system helps the driver to park neatly, and the cruise control function is the best way to keep a comfortable distance from the car in front of you.