Nissan’s driver less car out for testing on roads in Yokohama
Nissan and software firm DeNA will soon start a field test of “Easy Ride”, a driver-less car system in Japan. The service was developed in a partnership, which began last year, with Japanese mobile game provider DeNA Co. DeNA has been working on driverless bus and delivery services in Japan.Passengers can use an app to input their destination. For now, Easy Ride will be limited to a 4.5-kilometre (2.8-mile) course that starts from Nissan headquarters and winds through a shopping mall area in this Japanese port city. The app is only in Japanese, but there are plans to offer it in several languages for tourists and other travellers.