The new Jaguar Land Rover will train while drivingJanuary 17, 2020
Jaguar Land Rover has developed a new car seat with a variable shape, which is designed to stimulate your muscles, as if you were walking.
The seat, which is tested by the Body Interiors Research JLR, moves to simulate movement and stress, and is designed to reduce health risks if you sit too long while driving. It automatically adjusts to each driver and passenger.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than a quarter of people worldwide – 1.4 billion people – sit too long, which can significantly damage the muscles of the legs, hips and buttocks. Ordinary drivers may be especially at risk for these injuries, as they sit for extended periods of time.
New innovative technology is part of Destination Zero, a larger JLR project designed to enhance car safety and hygiene. Project research aims to create a “world with zero emissions, zero accidents and zero congestion.” A previous Destination Zero study focused on reducing the effects of motion sickness and using ultraviolet rays to stop the spread of colds and flu.
Dr. Steve Ailey, Jaguar Land Rover’s chief medical officer, said: “The well-being of our customers and employees is at the core of all of our technological technology research. “We use our engineering expertise to design the future, using innovative technologies never seen before in the automotive industry to help solve a problem that affects people around the world.”
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