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Modern mobility is considered a market that goes far beyond providing a means of transport between any given points A and B - and industry leaders in Japan appear to have a clear understanding of this. With billions of dollars in investments and numerous cross-sector partnerships, the Japanese automotive industry has initiated a concerted effort to assume a leading role in the area of driverless vehicles. The effort is expected to benefit not only the country's aging society. Via an expansion of the mobility-as-a-service sector including self-driving medical vehicles, the industry is aiming to generate billions of dollars in revenues within a few years. ...
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