jams, ensure traffic safety and make urban traffic flow smoothly.
17. Bus location system
An information network system which provides instructions for drivers on duty and promotes an efficient bus service in order to ensure punctual service and provide information on bus conditions to waiting passengers.
18. Parking information system
An information network system whereby traffic is guided by centralized control of parking lots and congested routes and information is displayed at strategic points.
19. Home security service system
An information network system whereby, in the event of an emergency, conditions are reported automatically to related organizations by installing wireless emergency buttons, fire alarms and gas-leak sensors in houses.
20. Automatic meter inspection system
An information network system whereby meters such as those for water service are automatically inspected, notices provided and bills issued.
21. Local town event information system
A system which promotes convenient lifestyles for residents by offering information on local events or local towns by utilizing information network equipment such as videotex or personal computers.
22. Tourist and product information system
A system whereby local sightseeing information and special products are advertised and sold in order to revitalize local economies by utilizing information network equipment such as videotex or personal computers.
23. Home shopping system
A system whereby merchandise can be ordered at holm and delivery instructions given by utilizing the CAPTAIN terminal.