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Asked on 4 February, 2018

In a shopping complex area, several users will come for purchasing. It means that there would be different customer chappals, how will they identify and park themselves?

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Please note that this is a pilot project, which is actually a part of the marketing campaign. They are meant to raise awareness of automated driving technologies. These slippers are currently being displayed at Nissan's corporate headquarters in Yokohama, under controlled environment.

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Asked on 4 February, 2018

Will parking location sensor accept all kinds of user slippers?

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No, these are specially designed slippers. They have two tiny wheels, a motor, and sensor cameras, all of which allow them to drive autonomously across wooden floors.

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Asked on 4 February, 2018

After auto parking, how will customers find their own chappals, if there are more chappals of the same model in that area?

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Please note that this is a pilot project, which is actually a part of the marketing campaign. They are meant to raise awareness of automated driving technologies. These slippers are currently being displayed at Nissan's corporate headquarters in Yokohama, under controlled environment.

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