EZ10 Tourism Driverless
Shuttle operated
at Chiayi Southern Branch of
National Palace Museum!
2018.10.06-07

To celebrate the opening press conference of the Asian Art Festival: Month of Singapore.

The EZ10 self-driving vehicle does not only connect the first and last mile of public transportation but also create a tourism connection in a theme park or any closed areas.

Thus, to cooperate with the Opening of Asian Art Festival: Month of Singapore, the arrival of EZ10 at the Chiayi Southern Branch of National Palace Museum integrates a glamorous sightseeing experience with a tourism park connection!

In the first weekend of October, the high intelligent driverless shuttle, EZ10, gave a strong impact at a Asian Art and Culture Museum, Southern Branch of National Palace Museum, it connected between the visitor centre and the museum, operated along the lakeside path. Over 500 visitors excitedly experienced the test ride and gave warm feedback. "The accessible self-driving shuttle bus is really convenient for such a huge park, we can even enjoy the landscape during the ride!" said visitors.

To celebrate the Asian Art Festival: Month of Singapore, Present Director, Chi-Nan Chen, Incumbent Political Deputy Director, Ching-Hwi Lee, Incumbent Political Deputy Director, Yung-tai Huang, Chief Curator of Southern Branch of National Palace Museum, Tzu-cheng Peng, Trade Representative of Singapore Trade Office, Simon Wong Wie Kuen, Deputy Trade Representative of Singapore Trade Office, Jeff Khoo, Ambassador of Embassy of Belize, H.E. Diane Haylock, Head of Global Sales of EasyMile, Eric Wicart, Head of Business Initiatives APAC of EasyMile, Jean-marc Desvaux and General Manager of 7Starlake, Martin Ting participated the opening Press Conference of the Asian Art Festival: Month of Singapore, and experienced the EZ10 self-driving shuttle bus at the Southern Branch of National Palace Museum.

Furthermore, the sightseeing operation of EZ10 would combine AR/VR technology in the near future. When EZ10 operates at the path, the car windows will display the information of the items that rider can see during the ride. This would improve attraction and be beneficial to future commercial opportunities.