We thought that showing how similar thinking could be applied to a bed

(Web Desk) –. Tired of your significant other crowding your side of the mattress? This Ford smart bed can automatically roll them back onto their own side, helping each person get restful sleep without resorting to separate beds.

A conveyor belt built into the bed adjusts to return the person back to their own side of the mattress when they move outside their bounds. This process is described as gentle, allowing both people to remain asleep and, hopefully, wake up refreshed instead of frustrated.

Anthony Ireson, Ford of Europe s marketing communication director, added: "Lane-Centring Assist in our cars can make driving easier and more comfortable.

"We thought that showing how similar thinking could be applied to a bed, would be a great way to highlight to drivers a technology that they might not previously have been aware of.

On the other hand, patients who are suffering palsy or any nervous disease, have to change the frequent position to save them from bedsores for which a helpful person is required at all times.

Scientists have managed to develop a  smart bed , keeping  need  in the form of human  habits  and disease, which can be used by customizing programming.