Back in April 2013, I attended a lecture by Dr. Eiji Nakatsu at the Autodesk Gallery. This led to my writing of a blog article:
To summarize, the nose of the bullet train was reshaped like the body of the Kingfisher bird and improved the train's performance. The other day I received an email from Dr. Nakatsu. He alerted me to an article on The Telegraph:
Chris Tarrant is a veteran talent in London who has created many news stories, interviews, and reports. His video, The Great Japan Train Ride is 44 minutes. Dr. Nakatsu suggested we all watch the video using the password "hsdyg456!" and share our thoughts.
Dr. Nakatsu wanted us to know that Tarrant noted that the Japan Railways are the worldwide best on safety, speed, cleanness, smoothness, and punctuality. The trains even smell nice. It was great to see Dr. Nakatsu in the video.
The Japanese are working on making their legendary bullet trains faster without compromising on their comfort, quietness, or safety.
Training is alive in the lab.