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CSRC’s Rini Sherony Earns International Safety Award

Research, In the News, CSRC

ANN ARBOR, MI On Monday, April 3, Rini Sherony, Senior Principal Engineer – Toyota’s Collaborative Safety Research Center, received the 2023 U.S. Government Award for Safety Engineering Excellence. ​ The award, given by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, recognizes researchers who have made exceptional scientific contributions in the field of motor vehicle safety engineering and their distinguished service to … Continued

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ITL researcher received the Best Poster Award at the SEC 2022

In the News, Research, ITL

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA ITL Researchers – Seyhan Ucar and Kentaro Oguchi received the Best Poster Award at the SEC 2022. Unsafe driving (e.g., distracted, aggressive) has evolved into a public safety crisis in the USA. This paper focuses on the management of innocent drivers around distracted driving. The ego vehicle detects distracted driving of follower … Continued

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ITL researcher received the Best Paper and Best Demo Awards at the VehicleSec 2023 Symposium

Research, In the News, ITL

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA ITL Researcher – Michael Clifford, and co-authors, received the Best Paper Award and Best Demo award at the VehicleSec 2023 workshop. Michael, and other researchers, have developed the first physical-world attack against connected, autonomous vehicle (CAV) traffic sign recognition systems that is invisible to humans. Toyota does research on security attacks so … Continued

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Toyota ACM Grand Opening

Events, In the News, IVS

The grand opening of Toyota’s test facility at the American Center for Mobility (ACM) test track in Michigan was a highly anticipated event for the automotive industry.

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Dr. Muldoon Elected Fellow of The Royal Society of Chemistry

In the News, TM Spotlight, TRINA

An unwavering commitment to push boundaries yielded discoveries and insights published around the world, and now recognition of that improvement in beyond lithium-ion technologies.

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Newly Developed Fuel Cell Material Shows Improved Durability and Performance

Research, In the News, TRINA

Hard work pays off as TRINA researchers publish their research on material with improved activity and durability for PEM Fuel Cells

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Toyota’s expertise in photonics led to OPTICA Traveling Lecture Program invitation from the University of Dayton

In the News, TM Spotlight, TRINA

The students chose Toyota’s Dr. Sean Rodrigues to share his expertise with the electro-optics department at the University of Dayton funding this learning opportunity through the OPTICA Traveling Lecture program.

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ITL researcher received the Best Paper Award at ITS World Congress (Oct, 2022)

Research, In the News, ITL

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA ITL Researcher – Seyhan Ucar received the Best Paper Award at the ITS World Congress. Rear-end collisions are the most frequent type of collision in the USA, and most of them are due to the distracted driving behavior of follower vehicles. This paper analyzes driving data and infers movement patterns unique to … Continued

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ITL researchers received the Best Poster Award at INFOCOM 2022

Research, In the News, ITL

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA ITL researchers, together with the Technical University of Berlin, received the Best Poster Award at IEEE INFOCOM 2022. This poster studies the communication path of vehicles and investigates heterogeneous communication technologies (i.e., Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Cloud (V2C)) in vehicular virtual edge computing use cases. It provides preliminary performance results for hybrid communication … Continued

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CSRC and Teen Driver Safety Week 2022

In the News, CSRC

October 16-22, 2022 is National Teen Driver Safety Week. This week is important because teens are at increased risk of crashes and fatalities. In fact, teens are nearly 3x more likely to be in a fatal crash compared to drivers 20 and older. This is largely due to their inexperience and maturity as young drivers. … Continued

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