• Safety for passengers by stabilizing their seat to remain parallel to the ground so that there is no motion sickness
  • The technology needed to put the SSS 1.0 together already exists: Graphene, sorbothane, gyroscopes, propylene glycol.
  • The seat can be detached for maintenance and cleaning
  • The seat can eventually be modified to fit in any vehicle
  • The SSS 1.0 will weigh less than current airline seats because of the graphene, so the plane can fly faster with less fuel
  • Airlines will make more money because passengers will feel safer and more comfortable in a plane  
  • Airplane tickets could be cheaper if the airlines pass on their  fuel savings to the passengers
  • Being made of graphene, seats will be less bulky so there will either be more legroom for passengers or airlines can choose to fit more seats in each plane
  • This seat will be very expensive to manufacture
  • Graphene is currently sold at the price of US $70-$90 per meter2
  • The chair will be hard to mass-produce, as it has so many expensive parts like graphene 
  • Since the chair rests on a semi-sphere, current life jacket models will not fit under the seat; another location will have to be found or a new sleeker life jacket will need to be created
  • People might not trust this new product, so airlines would have to educate their guests
  • There might be confusion about where the oxygen mask will drop down when the plane is in turbulence and in a tilt position