It has become increasingly clear that the semi-autonomous Pro Pilot Assist technology is not just limited to cars, as Nissan has revealed its ProPilot Park Ryokan. This is based on a traditional Japanese inn or ryokan, where the auto manufacturer has created technology for products like slippers, tables, and floor cushions.
According to this technology, which is similar to ProPilot Park, where vehicles move back to their own position, every item mentioned above will move back to the specific location that it was moved from without any human intervention. This reflects that every item in ryokan will always be at the correct place. In fact, people can enjoy watching slippers and tables move back to their original place on their own.
Apparently, this is not the first instance where Nissan has shown its competency by adding technology to ordinary objects. In 2017, the automaker had developed an autonomous chair to help people ease up from the strain of standing in a long line. The chair would automatically move as the person moves forward in the line.