Unmanned taxis Nissan is ready to take passengers

Automotive concern Nissan reports that it will soon begin testing unmanned taxis and its own Easy Ride service, a mobile application developed by DeNA, known for the creation of Pokemon Go and a number of other projects based on the use of geolocation.

Use the service will only residents of the Japanese city of Yokohama, who will be able to ride an unmanned taxi from the headquarters of Nissan to the Yokohama World Porters shopping center since March 5, 2018. It is reported that during the trip passengers will be able to evaluate the Easy Ride application and test its various functions. The application understands voice and text commands, so you can go in comfort, by telling the car what you need to do at the moment. The machine will turn on the music itself or inform the customer about the discounts in the supermarket (in this case we are talking about Yokohama World Porters). In addition, the application will allow you to make estimates of travel, and before calling an unmanned taxi, specify the desired cost of the trip.

According to the developers of the autopilot and the application, the test period will last several weeks. During this time, it is expected to collect a sufficient amount of necessary information, which can then be used to test other "field" tests and improve the software. In Nissan they hope that they will be able to launch the service for all comers by 2020, when the Summer Olympics will be held in Tokyo.

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  1. Great info and straight to the point I am not sure if this is in fact the best place to ask but do you guys have any ideea where to hire some professional writers? Thank you 🙂

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