SINGAPORETeam Hitachi R&DKen KawamotoWujuan LinTomoaki Akitomi
15,000 taxis are in operation in Singapore   SINGAPORE
15,000 taxis are in operation in Singapore   SINGAPORE     We need to make     taxis sustainable,     but maintain their  ...
We changed this...   SINGAPORE
...to this   SINGAPORE
Same Transport Power, Less Taxis   SINGAPORE15,000 taxis         3,000 taxis
Same Transport Power, Less Taxis          SINGAPORE15,000 taxis         3,000 taxis                      - 1/5 pollution  ...
TaxiPool                                              SINGAPORE Taxi route optimization system to maximize the transportat...
Approach                    SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous                     9:30...
Approach                    SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous                     9:30...
Approach                                                SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonom...
Approach                                  SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous           ...
Approach                    SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous                     9:30...
Approach                                            SINGAPOREConventional taxis are      Centralized schedulinginefficient...
SINGAPORE            Demo
If you’re seeing this, the demo didn’t work   SINGAPORETaxi operator control screen
If you’re seeing this, the demo didn’t work   SINGAPORE User client app
If you’re seeing this, the demo didn’t work   SINGAPORE Booking result
Who benefits from               ?            Society                    Passenger  • Less traffic congestion          Lower...
Feasibility & The Next Step                SINGAPORE- We’ve shown that TaxiPool istechnologically viable, and economically...
Credits & Contacts                   SINGAPOREData sets used: taxi_status_logsTeam leadName: Ken KawamotoNumber: +81-80-65...
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Results                                                SINGAPORE              100%               80%               60%    ...
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a taxi fleet optimization program; using sophisticated analytics and algorithms to streamline taxi dispatching and better utilize capacity during peak periods

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    1. 1. SINGAPORETeam Hitachi R&DKen KawamotoWujuan LinTomoaki Akitomi
    2. 2. 15,000 taxis are in operation in Singapore SINGAPORE
    3. 3. 15,000 taxis are in operation in Singapore SINGAPORE We need to make taxis sustainable, but maintain their utility
    4. 4. We changed this... SINGAPORE
    5. 5. ...to this SINGAPORE
    6. 6. Same Transport Power, Less Taxis SINGAPORE15,000 taxis 3,000 taxis
    7. 7. Same Transport Power, Less Taxis SINGAPORE15,000 taxis 3,000 taxis - 1/5 pollution - 1/5 congestion - profitable for: passengers drivers taxi companies
    8. 8. TaxiPool SINGAPORE Taxi route optimization system to maximize the transportation efficiency of the taxi fleet as a whole.
    9. 9. Approach SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous 9:30 9:15 9:009:00
    10. 10. Approach SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous 9:30 9:15 9:009:00
    11. 11. Approach SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous 9:30 9:30 9:15 9:15 9:00 9:009:00 9:00
    12. 12. Approach SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous 9:30 9:30 9:15 9:00 9:009:00
    13. 13. Approach SINGAPOREConventional taxis areinefficient becausethey are autonomous 9:30 9:15 9:009:00
    14. 14. Approach SINGAPOREConventional taxis are Centralized schedulinginefficient because allows maximally efficientthey are autonomous use of resources 9:30 9:15 9:009:00
    15. 15. SINGAPORE Demo
    16. 16. If you’re seeing this, the demo didn’t work SINGAPORETaxi operator control screen
    17. 17. If you’re seeing this, the demo didn’t work SINGAPORE User client app
    18. 18. If you’re seeing this, the demo didn’t work SINGAPORE Booking result
    19. 19. Who benefits from ? Society Passenger • Less traffic congestion Lower Taxi Fare (S$/trip) ⇒ 12k taxis less • Less CO2 emission 8.35 - → 298k tons/year 65% → S$6.8M emission trade 2.95 Before After Taxi Driver Taxi Operator Higher Income (S$K/month) Higher Profit (S$M/qtr.) 6.7 00% +50 % 28.5 3.3 +1 19.0 Before After Before After
    20. 20. Feasibility & The Next Step SINGAPORE- We’ve shown that TaxiPool istechnologically viable, and economicallyfeasible Issue for the future: How to embrace customers?Cheaper&environmentally friendly won’t make people switch.
    21. 21. Credits & Contacts SINGAPOREData sets used: taxi_status_logsTeam leadName: Ken KawamotoNumber: +81-80-6537-7214Email: ken.kawamoto.qg@hitachi.comTwittter: @kenkawakenkenkeTeam members:Wujuan LinTomoaki Akitomi
    22. 22. SINGAPORE
    23. 23. Results SINGAPORE 100% 80% 60% Percentage of Passengers 40% Handled 20% Conventional TaxiPool 0% 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 Number of Taxis Number of required taxis 15,000 → 3,000
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