Thanks for Global news channel report us about our solution EXIT.ROCKS
The first segment is from THINKTANK.
EXIT ( EXIT.ROCKS )
People normally get lost without knowing which exit to take in a new Metro station. This happens every minute at all Metro station in the world.
EXIT.ROCKS helps people to travel to their destination happily by providing the nearest exit in a Subway/Metro/Underground train station and other facilities so that they can plan your journey on any Internet-enabled smartphone.
This also enables Subway/Metro/Underground train companies to take more passengers on the same infrastructure with no additional staff or trains or extending train platforms.
It is hard for locals and tourists visiting a new area of a city to remember the addresses of the locations where the event occurs/sightseeing attraction addressees.
EXIT.ROCKS lists the most frequently visited locations in English and Chinese so users can just click the desired location and with route directions and the Subway/Metro/Underground train exit facilities.
We are currently working in France to export the innovation from Taiwan. EXIT currently works at Taipei, Kaohsiung, Taoyuan, Paris, Fukuoka -Japan, Bangkok, New York, Moscow, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore.
EXIT.ROCKS works on all browsers, mobile phones, desktops, iPads and tablets. No need to download another app on your phone.
Why use EXIT.ROCKS:
- No need download.
- One click search for the frequently visited location.
- One app for all cities.
- Just type and select your destination
We will find you:
- Your nearest EXIT at Subway/Metro/Underground train.
- Services available at your EXIT
- Your nearest Toilet
- Your nearest Handicap access
- Your nearest Sightseeing EXIT
We saw a lot of people always standing in front of the information board in Subway/Metro/Underground train station. Sometimes old people were unable to read or didn’t get a chance as there were so many people in front of the information board.
We also saw that there was always a lot of people in the queue at the information point. The information desk had to answer the same questions about exit or toilets or elevators or escalators to most visitors.
We found tourists were little scared to ask help as they didn’t know Chinese and just took the nearest exit and subjected to crossing roads and waiting in traffic signals along with rain, the sun, pollution.
We did our research and found it was not just a Taipei problem it was the same issue in Kaohsiung and most major cities around the world.
EXIT.ROCKS helps Taiwanese and tourists in Taiwan and around the world.