I saw a demonstration of what could happen in the event of an earthquake.
I spoke to during the Line Developer Conference in Tokyo — and saw what could become the template for burgeoning smart cities around the world.
Skip the hassle of transportation from the Fukuoka International Airport to or from your hotel in Fukuoka downtown by booking a private transfer for up to 35 passengers.
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The cameras understand vehicle type and weather conditions, and then adjust traffic controls to help maintain flow.
Finally, Line Fukuoka addresses what it called the number one problem faced by Japanese residents — getting and providing crucial, life-saving information in the result of a natural disaster.
To get the old one taken away you must apply to the local government by phone or online first to initiate the removal, then go to pay the resulting fee at a convenience store, and finally wait for a future, usually inconvenient and unchangeable collection date.
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