night bus with beds for late night revelers could soon take you home
The designers hope that the passengers on the vehicle will eventually run on eight routes in four British cities in the fall of 2018, and they will be able to sleep peacefully in 14 discreet future pods.
They don\'t have to worry about missing their stop because the flight attendants will wake them up at any time before they arrive at their destination.
The bus has been in development for four months, Surrey-Anderson headquarters
Wood architect dedicated to design.
James Cox, Gao
Simba, a tech sleep brand that supports this idea, said: \"New research shows that we doze off 27 times a year on public transport, with the most sleep deficit in December.
\"Working shifts and going out for the night are real sleep thieves that can get you into serious sleep --debt over time.
Workers and party
The audience is the same-once you\'re done, the prospect of going straight into your bed is a dream, but for many, when you\'re broken or dressed worse, it can take a long commute home.
\"We \'ve been working on how we can use our technology to redefine the existing experience.
The Snoozeliner service is designed to help people supplement some valuable sleep time with a design that is as comfortable as a bed at home.
Simba plans to have a USB charger and WiFi for each bus and a storage system for valuables.
Revolutionary software will enable passengers to click on the parking place while boarding so that flight attendants know when to wake them up.
An early picture shows a striking vertical forest that blends air purification and plant composure. The cutting-
The edge sleep compartment will also have sound insulation, acoustic black
Blinds and embedded amber lights-
The treatment system of orange wavelength is most conducive to sleep.
Each booth will provide a soothing infusion option that the aromatherapy therapist recognizes for their sleep --
Induced or hangover
Busting properties, as well as separate embedded sanitized shoe cabinets and coat storage.
Simba is also in talks with a food delivery service company to provide advanced online services
The board system allows you to track your route cleverly, so you get home at the same time as your take-out.
Unlimited free mineral water including coffee and special
A selection of smoothies will also be provided, which includes separate revitalization packs containing vitamin C and liver
The bus will adopt the brand\'s first pillow, duvet and mattress technology, with a unique blend of 2,500 patented cone springs and responsive memory foam layers, each offering comfort, support and heat conditioning.
Simba has fans such as Chelsea star Bell and Instagram fitness inspiration fans Thompson, comedian Russell Kane and X Factor online host Dudley, hoping to launch the service in the fall of 2018, the price starts at 8. 50.
The sleep company came up with the idea after they conducted a study that revealed that a sleepy commuter country was shut down by some extra --
Pay attention to their commute.
In the past, a loud British worker took a nap on the way to and from work, and one of the two dozed off on the way to and from work, and one on the way to and from work.
Workers in the southeast are most likely to take a nap on public transport, which leads to an unplanned nap of nearly three hours --
For more than a year, people in the capital slept for two and a half hours on the subway or bus.
While they are nodding their heads, the British on average travel 40 more miles each year before their scheduled stay, and in order to get home, they have to pay more than £ 30 for additional travel expenses.
One of the seven tired commuters even found himself stirred up on the station platform after falling asleep in front of the bus, although one of the eight people \"rested\" on their way home, they were welcomed by bus drivers at the station. The third wear
Londoners slept underground, 2 of them slept for a long time, and they rode from one end of the subway to the other.
But three of the five admitted that they were nervous about using public transport late at night in case they encountered anti-social drunkenness, and two of the five feared that they might be victims of the crime
James Cox added: \"deciding to have 40 drinks on public transport can be inconvenient for your time and wallet and when your station passes, no one likes to be woken up by another or when the train reaches the end of the line miles from home.
\"We think tired office workers deserve better service and we hope Simba Snoozeliner night bus can be
Service required for beds-
Eager for the masses of Britain\'s largest cities.
\"We know there will be a lot of red tape to go through, but we look forward to strengthening meetings with local authorities in the new year.