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Japan aim to launch driverless car system in Tokyo by 2020

07 / 05 / 2018
Japan aim to launch driverless car system in Tokyo by 2020
Taxis could eventually become driverless

According to a strategic review announced by the Japanese government on June 4th, self-driving car services are set to launch on public roads. The proposals chaired by the Japanese Prime Minister are part of a larger set of fiscal and economic policies that the government aims to enact.

The review claimed that the government plans to begin testing a driverless car system on public roads sometime in 2018 with the goal of launching a self-driving car service for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and full commercialisation as early as 2022.

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