When held in the same position too long, even the best posture can lead to discomfort. By automatically and effortlessly redistributing the occupant's weight during a drive, our software technology alters the stress load and relieves the pain caused by muscle fatigue and compression.

Researchers at Ball State University and Logan College of Chiropractic have proven that our motion algorithm:

  • Reduces occupant postural fatigue and improves occupant comfort during travel
  • Reduces the effects of prolonged sitting on reaction time
  • Reduces mental fatigue
  • Improves circulation in areas of increased pressure caused by sitting
  • Reduces muscle fatigue, stiffness, and pain to lower back area

Simply put the Comfort Motion algorithm provides users a better vehicle experience where they are more relaxed and comfortable.

Seat Occupant Pressure Diagrams at Different
Time Intervals During Live Subject Testing

Higher Pressure Red line arrow pointing to the right Lower Pressure
Seat Occupant Pressure Diagrams

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Red line arrow pointing to the right Passenger

The key to occupant comfort is "Motion" through preprogrammed, subtle changes in the seat position to help minimize the negative effects of sitting over time.