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EN_01362026_0001 COV
At the end of a hectic day, cosying up to the one you love should be a welcome relief. But for those who share their bed with a ??sspace invader???, precious hours can be lost simply trying to reclaim a fair share of the mattress. Studies show that 1 in 4 of those in relationships sleep better alone. And over time, sleep loss increases the risk of injury and accidents at home, work and on the road. But if separate beds don???t appeal ??" a phenomenon now so popular that there is a recognised trend for so-called ??ssleep divorces??? ??" what next? One solution could be Ford???s ??sLane-Keeping Bed???, that applies car tech know-how to ensuring that even the most selfish bed mate stays firmly ??sin their lane??? through the night. Available in most Ford vehicles, Lane-Keeping Aid monitors the road markings ahead and actively supports the driver to safely guide the vehicle back into the correct lane by ??snudging??? the steering wheel in the correct direction; this complements other camera??'based systems that help drivers avoid inadvertently straying out of their lane. This technology inspired the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? that uses pressure sensors to identify when someone has strayed from their side of the bed and gently returns them to where they should be with the help of an integrated conveyor belt. ??sWhen sleeping together, many couples each have less space than a small child has in a single bed,??? said Dr Neil Stanley, an independent sleep expert and author of How to Sleep Well. ??sHumans are most vulnerable when sleeping, so we???re programmed to wake when something or someone touches us unexpectedly. If someone moves onto your side of the bed this defence mechanism will kick in and you???ll have a broken night, often while they continue to sleep soundly. I???ve seen it ruin relationships.??? Just a prototype, the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? is part of a series of Ford Interventions; applying automotive expertise to tackle everyday ??" or in this case, eve
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EN_01362026_0002 COV
At the end of a hectic day, cosying up to the one you love should be a welcome relief. But for those who share their bed with a ??sspace invader???, precious hours can be lost simply trying to reclaim a fair share of the mattress. Studies show that 1 in 4 of those in relationships sleep better alone. And over time, sleep loss increases the risk of injury and accidents at home, work and on the road. But if separate beds don???t appeal ??" a phenomenon now so popular that there is a recognised trend for so-called ??ssleep divorces??? ??" what next? One solution could be Ford???s ??sLane-Keeping Bed???, that applies car tech know-how to ensuring that even the most selfish bed mate stays firmly ??sin their lane??? through the night. Available in most Ford vehicles, Lane-Keeping Aid monitors the road markings ahead and actively supports the driver to safely guide the vehicle back into the correct lane by ??snudging??? the steering wheel in the correct direction; this complements other camera??'based systems that help drivers avoid inadvertently straying out of their lane. This technology inspired the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? that uses pressure sensors to identify when someone has strayed from their side of the bed and gently returns them to where they should be with the help of an integrated conveyor belt. ??sWhen sleeping together, many couples each have less space than a small child has in a single bed,??? said Dr Neil Stanley, an independent sleep expert and author of How to Sleep Well. ??sHumans are most vulnerable when sleeping, so we???re programmed to wake when something or someone touches us unexpectedly. If someone moves onto your side of the bed this defence mechanism will kick in and you???ll have a broken night, often while they continue to sleep soundly. I???ve seen it ruin relationships.??? Just a prototype, the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? is part of a series of Ford Interventions; applying automotive expertise to tackle everyday ??" or in this case, eve
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
EN_01362026_0003 COV
At the end of a hectic day, cosying up to the one you love should be a welcome relief. But for those who share their bed with a ??sspace invader???, precious hours can be lost simply trying to reclaim a fair share of the mattress. Studies show that 1 in 4 of those in relationships sleep better alone. And over time, sleep loss increases the risk of injury and accidents at home, work and on the road. But if separate beds don???t appeal ??" a phenomenon now so popular that there is a recognised trend for so-called ??ssleep divorces??? ??" what next? One solution could be Ford???s ??sLane-Keeping Bed???, that applies car tech know-how to ensuring that even the most selfish bed mate stays firmly ??sin their lane??? through the night. Available in most Ford vehicles, Lane-Keeping Aid monitors the road markings ahead and actively supports the driver to safely guide the vehicle back into the correct lane by ??snudging??? the steering wheel in the correct direction; this complements other camera??'based systems that help drivers avoid inadvertently straying out of their lane. This technology inspired the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? that uses pressure sensors to identify when someone has strayed from their side of the bed and gently returns them to where they should be with the help of an integrated conveyor belt. ??sWhen sleeping together, many couples each have less space than a small child has in a single bed,??? said Dr Neil Stanley, an independent sleep expert and author of How to Sleep Well. ??sHumans are most vulnerable when sleeping, so we???re programmed to wake when something or someone touches us unexpectedly. If someone moves onto your side of the bed this defence mechanism will kick in and you???ll have a broken night, often while they continue to sleep soundly. I???ve seen it ruin relationships.??? Just a prototype, the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? is part of a series of Ford Interventions; applying automotive expertise to tackle everyday ??" or in this case, eve
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
EN_01362026_0004 COV
At the end of a hectic day, cosying up to the one you love should be a welcome relief. But for those who share their bed with a ??sspace invader???, precious hours can be lost simply trying to reclaim a fair share of the mattress. Studies show that 1 in 4 of those in relationships sleep better alone. And over time, sleep loss increases the risk of injury and accidents at home, work and on the road. But if separate beds don???t appeal ??" a phenomenon now so popular that there is a recognised trend for so-called ??ssleep divorces??? ??" what next? One solution could be Ford???s ??sLane-Keeping Bed???, that applies car tech know-how to ensuring that even the most selfish bed mate stays firmly ??sin their lane??? through the night. Available in most Ford vehicles, Lane-Keeping Aid monitors the road markings ahead and actively supports the driver to safely guide the vehicle back into the correct lane by ??snudging??? the steering wheel in the correct direction; this complements other camera??'based systems that help drivers avoid inadvertently straying out of their lane. This technology inspired the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? that uses pressure sensors to identify when someone has strayed from their side of the bed and gently returns them to where they should be with the help of an integrated conveyor belt. ??sWhen sleeping together, many couples each have less space than a small child has in a single bed,??? said Dr Neil Stanley, an independent sleep expert and author of How to Sleep Well. ??sHumans are most vulnerable when sleeping, so we???re programmed to wake when something or someone touches us unexpectedly. If someone moves onto your side of the bed this defence mechanism will kick in and you???ll have a broken night, often while they continue to sleep soundly. I???ve seen it ruin relationships.??? Just a prototype, the ??sLane-Keeping Bed??? is part of a series of Ford Interventions; applying automotive expertise to tackle everyday ??" or in this case, eve
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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