tmsuk Co., Ltd. will conduct a social experiment ” Nara palace site historical park Smart Challenge” conducted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism from November 29 (Fri) to December 12 (Thurs) by NTT docomo. We provide “RODEM” for verification of “new mobility service”.
Among them, as a “mobility support service using personal mobility”, we will lend a single-seat mobility “RODEM” that can freely go indoors and outdoors at “Suzakumon Hiroba Square” on the south side of the park.
During the period, you can get on the “RODEM” and experience the movement in the park, multilingual tourist guide contents, etc.
Come and experience the new mobility service.
- Activities: Provides a mobility support service with personal mobility “RODEM” that can guide the facilities in the park in multiple languages.
- Date: November 29 (Fri)-December 12 (Thu), 2019, 10: 00-17: 00
- Venue: Nara palace site historical park
4-6-1 Nijo Oji Minami, Nara City, Nara Prefecture 630-8012 Suzakumon Hiroba Square
- Participation reception: Heijyokyu Izanai-kan(Guidance Center) *Rental / return location
■ Please understand the following when participating.
・There is a possibility of cancellation due to the weather on the day.
・On the day we will guide you on a first-come, first-served basis.
・In the experience, it is necessary to agree to the local rules and follow the instructions of the staff.
・The experience of those under the age of 11 and those who are drinking is not allowed.
It is a single-seater smart mobility that can be easily moved over short distances. It is possible to move at the same eye level as a pedestrian. The intuitive operation makes it easy to make small turns, so you can smoothly change directions in tight spaces.
It has applications for tourism, navigation, multilingual translation, etc.
Sharing Rodem makes it a fun, safe and new way to get around.
Speed: Maximum Speed 6km / h (adjustable)
Riding capacity: 1 person
Size: L 1000mm W 690mm H 1070mm
▼ Reference: Click here for RODEM’s past demonstration experiments