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Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/23 03:32
Do you have Driverless Train currently in operation?
by Jack (guest)  

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/23 06:36
by Uji rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/23 07:34
In addition to the list shown above (there are others across the more than 100 railway companies in Japan), JR have been testing several services including driverless shinkansen as recently as a week ago.
The busy Yamanote circle line in central Tokyo has also had a few test runs (without passengers) a couple of years ago, but they are still working on that one. Last I saw they had problems with the train stopping in the correct location, but they (JR) are working on introducing many driverless trains in the future.
by JapanCustomTours rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/24 01:33
Not only japan ,but also 16 other countries have driverless technology.in 1981 kobe new transit open driverless portliner train.Disney resort Line ,tsukuba express,Toei subway oedo line,Tokyo metro namboku line,yamano te line,joban line,chuo shinkansen of JR central open 2027 has driverless mecanism
by Thyme (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/25 14:46
Thanks.
Do you think, japan has driverless bus transportation
by Jack (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/25 15:16
There were the famous buses at the Olympics.
Maybe someone local can enlighten us what happened to them afterwards.
by LikeBike rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/26 23:47
In Olympic and paralympic village,we see Toyota motor e platte vehicles.japan invest
6 billion yen or 55 million dollar for self driving vehicles more than 40 Locations around the country by 2025
by Aristocrat (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/28 09:17
Thanks.
Do you think Driverless Technology is affordable or more expensive?
by Jack (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/28 10:05
Driverless tech is very expensive. The upfront research and developement costs outweight current ongoing wages of drivers. So you'll still see drivers for a long time yet.
by h (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/30 22:31
Thanks.
What about Driverless car?
by Jack (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/11/30 23:13
by .. (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/1 07:29
Well, I don't know about cars, but seeing that we have moved from trains to busses and now to cars, please allow me to move one step further to self driving bicycles, which as a matter of fact here in the Netherlands already exist:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSZPNwZex9s
by LikeBike (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/6 02:55
Thanks Likebike,Surely i want to know about automated bicycle.This undoutedly increase our knowledg.what about automated tri cycle
by Jack (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/10 08:54
Tri cycle may be Driverless automated system
You can check it out
by Waterfall rio (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/14 12:29
Thanks.
I think airplane has automated driverless technology.
by Jack (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/14 15:14
Many planes have AUTOPILOT.
by H (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/14 19:24
it both sounds and looks cool)
by JamesJose rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/16 13:55
Sounds like my idea of Hell on Earth.
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Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/21 23:45
why do you have such a reaction, anonymous?)
by JamesJose rate this post as useful

Re: Driverless train in Japan 2021/12/25 20:19
In Tokushima prefecture kaiyo city DMV Dual mode vehicle (its bus also train)by Asa coast railway run on road and above rail track
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