The term “karosi” means a purely Japanese phenomenon – death from overwork at work. 2017, 25% of all Japanese companies asked employees from 80 hours verhurochnoy work in the month, but more often workers are processing at yourself. And perish from fatigue and stress. To reduce the mortality rate among staff literally chase people from the home office, the building and launch drones patrol T-FREND.
Drones move around the territory of offices without GPS, they move along standard routes, observing the schedule of a day's work. The car is equipped with an acoustic system that broadcasts the melody “Hotaru no Hikari”, a traditional Japanese signal for the end of school hours, closing stores, etc. An ordinary employee can not disconnect the drone or hide from it – it is assumed that the staff will develop a habit at the sight of a music guard to finish work and get home.
In addition to the speakers on board the car there are CCTV cameras and pass scanners. And if one of the employees is there, where there should not be, security service will be easier to identify. Similarly, the security of premises is partially simplified, because the robot is not tired and works all night long. Plus, unlike the guardian, the drone is not afraid of that very overtime work.