Keisei stations to offer multilingual tablets for overseas visitor info

posted on April 3, 2016

Keisei Electric Railway Co. said Tuesday that it plans to introduce tablets equipped with a multilingual translation app for the increasing number of foreign visitors to Japan at 65 of its stations, beginning Thursday.

Apple Inc.’s iPad Air 2 tablets will be distributed to all Keisei Electric Railway stations except for Higashi-Matsudo, Shin-Kamagaya, Chiba New Town Chuo and Inba Nihon-Idai stations, which are also on its Narita Sky Access line.

The tablets, with map, connection guide and writing software, will provide information in 29 languages, including English, Chinese and Korean.




source by japantoday
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