The Japanese are very hardworking people who often spend too much time, for long periods of time sitting up at the ground and working overtime. This pace of life along with a constant voltage and a small vacation leads to frequent deaths from overwork. The Japanese government is trying to deal with the situation, but even now more than 25 percent of companies in the country regularly ask staff to work overtime, or record overtime among staff. To fight trudoviki decided with the help of special drones that will fly through the empty corridors at the end of the working day and alert you with beeps those who stayed too long, that it is time to go home.
The drone works without GPS and can safely navigate through the corridors of the institutions, playing the tune of “Auld Lang Syne”, which sounds in Japanese schools and other institutions, informing the participants about the closing. Drones equipped with cameras and scanners passes, so to hide workaholics will be difficult.
Drones will begin to mass-produce next spring. The developer Taisei plans to lease them at a price of $ 450 per month and to sell to everyone.