Tokyo Metro (Tokyo Metro) will provide a private workspace "CocoDesk" in collaboration with Fuji Xerox at Tokyo Metro Station premises on Thursday, February 20, 2020.
■ From proof experiment to official service start
To date, Tokyo Metro has been working with Fuji Xerox to develop a personal workspace and conduct field trials in order to meet the demand for mobile work from offices such as telework. This time, after verification in a demonstration experiment, the facility will be upgraded to a more comfortable and convenient facility, and a formal service will be launched as a private workspace "CocoDesk" in the station yard. It is easy to remember a service name that combines "(here is the work place) here" and "here (where) desk".
“CocoDesk” is based on the results of verification experiments, ensuring a comfortable space for use, and equipped with a power outlet and Wi-Fi required for mobile terminal use, and temperature control with an air conditioner is also possible. I have. It can be used to make calls and materials without worrying about the surroundings, and can also be used as a reading and learning space.
In addition to the location within the station premises, the system can be used for a short time, so that the time for clearance during movement can be effectively used.
The service will start at Tameike-Sanno Station on the Ginza and Namboku Lines and a total of 7 stations on February 20 (Thursday), and the installation will be gradually expanded to other stations.
■ Installation station (as of February 20)
・ Namboku Line ・ Ginza Line 銀 Tameike Sanno Station ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ 3
・ Chiyoda Line ・ Fukutoshin Line Meiji Jingumae Station ・ ・ ・ 2
・ Yurakucho Line Ikebukuro Station ・ ・ ・ 1 unit
・ Nanboku Line Roppongi 1-chome Station ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ 1
7 stations in total 4 stations
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