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ADVANCED MOBILITY R&D

Advancing mobility to discover better ways of moving people, goods and information

ABOUT ADVANCED MOBILITY RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT (AMRD)

AMRD’s research divisions are exploring new ways to improve the human experience through Toyota’s technology and products.

Whether preventing vehicle crashes from cardiac events or developing autonomous technology to improve safety, AMRD is advancing mobility solutions to improve our overall lives.

AMRD DIVISIONS
Integrated Vehicle Systems (IVS)

Developing driver assistance and driving automation systems

InfoTech Labs (ITL)

Integrating emerging technologies to create mobility solutions to mitigate future societal problems

Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC)

Conducting publicly available research for new and advanced safety technologies

TRINA team member working in the lab.
Toyota Research Institute of North America (TRINA)

Discovering next generation core technologies for a sustainable mobility society

News
Woman manipulating an app while viewing a car rendering.
CSRC

Thought Leadership Paper Summarizing 2017-2021 Research

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Vid cap of Monte speaking to camera.
CSRC

Toyota’s Collaborative Safety Research Center Celebrates Achievements

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Leader introducing the research team at the Safer Mobility event.
CSRC

CSRC Introduces New Research Projects Exploring the Safety Needs of an Evolving Mobility Ecosystem

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Researcher speaking at the Safer Mobility event.
CSRC

CSRC Hosts Virtual Media Event – WATCH video

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Mothership Concept
TRINA

TRINA Mothership research team led by Dr. Taewoo Nam has demonstrated an automated pattern flight of an advanced light-weight kite at a private airport in Michigan

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IVS

Team Member Spotlight – Noah Einstein

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TRINA Efficient neural networks as a potential solution to energy challenges associated with machine learning. 
TRINA, CSRC

CSRC members featured at 2022 Lifesavers Conference

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TRINA Efficient neural networks as a potential solution to energy challenges associated with machine learning. 
TRINA

TRINA scientists weigh in on the prospects of photonic-based machine learning for automotive mobility

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TRINA biologically inspired generative design.
TRINA

TRINA scientists pioneer applications for biologically inspired generative design

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Photo and illustration of TRINA heat transfer technology.
TRINA

TRINA’s Electronics Research Department studies next-generation heat transfer technologies

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