Toyota tests the car sharing serviceFebruary 25, 2019
Two leading Japanese companies, Toyota and Softbank, are planning to start offering a vehicle sharing service (ridesharing) at the request of the user.
This is reported by NHK World.
“The joint venture is called Monet Technologies, and in trial, the new service will start on Tuesday,” the report said.
It is noted that 80 people, who work in Tokyo, take part in a one-month trial. They will use an application for smartphones, which will allow you to order the trips needed in everyday life.
Each car will be used by groups of up to four people on trips.
The results of the system in trial mode will be used to develop an application that uses artificial intelligence and will provide the most efficient feed of machines. Researchers also intend to figure out which specific features users are interested in.
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