It’s time to demystify the technology behind Comfort Motion Global’s motion seat.
CMG’s proprietary technology is an industry first, so it might not be clear to everyone why our solution is scientifically and intuitively “good for you.” It goes beyond its low integration barrier of entry. Through its small, subtle motions, the technology is a powerful, proactive solution to back fatigue, discomfort, and other negative impacts of prolonged sitting.
Let’s talk a little bit more about the seat motions. We work with our industry customers to help them develop an algorithm to best meet their customer’s needs. The areas that we focus on are seat motions (seat back, cushion tilt, lumbar support, bolster, massage, etc.) and other features of the seat (heating, cooling). Our customers may make various timing and motion speed choices to create an algorithm that is more comforting or invigorating. It is also smart, not only does the program start over automatically upon completion, it also pauses while the driver is braking.
Lumbar Support Movements
Seat Cushion and Seat Back Movements
Benefits of motion seat technology are unique, significant, and scientifically proven.
For more than a decade, we have been partnering with research universities to ensure that the CMG’s proprietary technology works. To date, we have worked with Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Logan University, and Ball State University.
Based on the tests that have been conducted to date, Comfort Motion Global’s motion seating technology:
- Reduces occupant discomfort
- Increases driver alertness
- Pre-empts and reduces tissue fatigue
- Reduces mental fatigue
- Relieves pressure points
- Improves circulation to the lower extremities
To learn about the specific results, please contact us today to set up a phone call or presentation.
University Tested, Scientifically Proven
Minimal effect on life of seat
Improved Alertness and Responsiveness
Reduced lower back muscle fatigue
Lew D Derrickson
Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Paul Phipps
Chief Medical Officer/Director of Research and Development
Chief Product Engineer
Richard W. Ferguson
Chief Marketing Officer
Thomas K. Shine
Chief Commercialization Officer