No autonomous technology needed either.
Chances are that unless you have been to Europe you haven't seen a Seat, but you likely know what a 360-degree camera is. The technology is relatively new on cars (unless you only drive S-Class Mercedes), although it's easy-ish to learn. To show pedestrians as well as the 3 billion people on Earth who have access to the Internet just how good of a crutch the system is, Seat placed said pedestrians inside of its Ateca SUV. The caveat is that its windows were covered, with drivers having to rely solely on cameras.
Turns out it might be easier to rely on the cameras than plain old windows when navigating a parking lot. We could think of some people who could use this.