CMG is committed to improving the quality of people’s lives through innovative technologies.

CMG’s Healthy Seating Technology™ is the most significant advance in automotive, commercial trucking and aerospace seating in years. With a focus on health, wellness and safety, the technology is an industry first, delivering scientifically proven benefits that make the time you spend in your car less harmful and more enjoyable.

Leveraging equipment already present in automotive memory seats, the technology automates small, subtle and smooth sequential movements in the seat cushion and seat back. Throughout your journey, the technology gently redistributes your body weight in the seat. With each small motion (1° or less), it transfers the work load in the spine and supporting muscles to new areas so that no one area does all of the work. This allows the body’s natural tissue recovery cycles to occur, improving circulation and decreasing tissue fatigue and discomfort.

Over time, the cumulative effect on your heath and wellness is powerful.

What people are saying about CMG:

“As a professional chauffeur in London, I spend a lot of time sitting in my car. Because of this, I normally have back issues. During a recent trip driving a Mercedes using Healthy Seating Technology™, I feel MUCH better! I feel no back pain. I feel weightless. 

For me, it’s the best invention ever.”

Client Breakdown

Mercedes-Benz is the first automotive OEM to bring CMG’s technology to the market. Through extensive, on-road testing, Mercedes-Benz confirmed the technology’s benefits and acceptance.

Former Mercedes-Benz CEO, Dieter Zetsche:
“And here comes the next big leap forward. We call it ‘Motion Seating.’ The technology makes sure you don’t stay in one, unhealthy position for too long. Consider it your own personal trainer.”

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The technology can be found standard in the new memory-seat equipped Mercedes-Benz GLE, GLS, A-, and B-Class vehicles with more models to be announced soon. Additional automotive and transportation partners will be introducing vehicles with our technology in the near future.

OEM

27

Total OEMs or Tier One Suppliers

Auto

20

in Automotive

Truck

4

in Trucking

Aerospace

3

in Aerospace