Google has announced several new road seminars in Japan, including one in the capital, Tokyo, which aims to increase the country’s accessibility for people with disabilities.
The company also announced a new road conference on Monday aimed at helping people with mobility challenges to take control of their lives.
The conference will be held in Tokyo from June 10-14.
According to the official website of the event, the aim of the seminar is to encourage people with visual impairments and mobility issues to take charge of their own lives.
According the website, the seminar will cover such topics as “the basics of the automobile, transportation systems, driving safety, mobility challenges and how they affect your life,” as well as the “social and personal effects” of mobility challenges.
It is expected that there will be several sessions that focus on different aspects of mobility, including mobility challenges themselves, mobility in general, mobility issues in general and mobility related to disabilities.
Google previously held a road seminar in Tokyo in 2015, which attracted a record attendance of more than 100,000 people, including many with disabilities and people with learning difficulties.