Japan to deliver shipments by unmanned aircraft in 2020

May

30

2017

By June 20, Japan plans to finalize plans to allow the delivery of parcels by unmanned aerial vehicles sometime in 2020 and to market self-propelled trucks by 2022 as it looks to open up new business sector prospects. The government plans to encourage more From the use of large data and artificial intelligence to help diagnose medical cases.

The Japanese government is working on the priorities of improving life expectancy, changing transport, modernizing supply chains, improving infrastructure and using financial technology. It plans to temporarily relax regulations for some companies and allow companies to test new technology immediately and eliminate the burden normally imposed by regulations.

The move to drones and self-control vehicles is urgent for Japan, because its workforce has shrunk dramatically as companies have been forced to start downsizing operations. Yamato Shipping and Delivery Co. told customers in April that it would cut delivery volumes And they raise prices because they do not have enough workers.

Japan is looking to financial technology as a source of growth in the future, after it has so far lagged behind foreign companies that have adopted technology in transfers such as payments, lending, asset management and investment banking.

The government’s annual growth strategy will continue to use Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s policies over the past year to narrow the wealth gap, improve working conditions and increase productivity, according to a separate document obtained by the agency. The government is considering a free education plan for some low-income families, Decide on their funding until later this year.

The strategic document, which does not usually refer to defense and in a rare step, called for effective military defense in accordance with Japan’s military alliance with the United States under North Korea’s missile program.

North Korea is launching unprecedented missiles to develop ballistic missile technology and many Japanese politicians are concerned that Japan and the US military in the country are potential targets with Japan hosting some 54,000 US troops, the Pentagon said.

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