From Fast Company
What’s the office of the future? For Regus, which operates close to 2,000 business centers globally, it isn’t one where workers stand, walk, or even squat. No, it envisions a world in which people are sitting–in a self-driving office, that is.
On Monday, the company gave a sneak peek at an autonomous concept car, one where the two fronts seats swivel backwards to create a meeting space for four people. In partnership with Rinspeed, a creative studio focusing on the automotive industry, Regus unveiled the XchangE, which will be shown at the Geneva Motor Show in March. In addition to the swiveling chairs, the car’s infotainment system will let workers connect to their office and create presentations. Yes, traffic jams will become a lot more productive.