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Against the odds. Scientists demonstrate an ultrahigh power metal anode battery thanks to advancements in the electrolyte and cathode components

Research, In the News, TRINA

This is attributed to the design of highly performing electrolytes by TRINA scientists and organic cathodes developed by the University of Houston.

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Teammate Advanced Drive Backgrounder

In the News, IVS

Teammate® advanced driver assistance technology is an SAE Level 2 system, based on Toyota’s Mobility Teammate Concept, that provides two functions: Advanced Drive and Advanced Park.

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Small Team, Huge Impact

Research, In the News, IVS

When it arrives in the market later this year, Toyota’s Teammate will mark a major milestone along Toyota’s transformation to a technology-driven mobility company.

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Toyota Pilots New Mobility Concept in Retail for Underutilized Urban Property

In the News, ITL

In its transformational shift to a mobility company, Toyota is exploring future ways to expand its mobility services by pioneering and testing new service concepts. Enter the Toyota Agile Space (TAS), which will pilot in a retail application beginning in June.

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Dr. Umesh Gandhi awarded for his work at TRINA

Events, TRINA

Dr. Umesh Gandhi was elevated to the SPE fellow grade by the Society of Plastic Engineers at a recent virtual awards ceremony.

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New paper Published About Large-Scale Three-Dimensional Anisotropic Topology Optimization Technique

Research, In the News, TRINA

ERD and TOYOTA CENTRAL R&D LABS (TCRDL) published a joint paper titled “Large-Scale Three-Dimensional Anisotropic Topology Optimization of Variable-Axial Lightweight Composite Structures” to Journal of Mechanical Design.

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By Understanding How Fat Reacts To Force, Automakers May Be Able To Design Safer Cars

Research, In the News, CSRC

For the first time, researchers from the University of Virginia and Toyota have described how human fat tissue behaves under forces typical of motor-vehicle crashes, closing a vulnerable gap in car safety research while offering a valuable resource for manufacturers seeking to make safer vehicles. 

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2022 LEXUS LS 500H ARRIVES THIS FALL WITH LEXUS TEAMMATE ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGY

In the News, IVS

The first-generation LS debuted in 1989 with the monumental goal of shaping the Lexus brand. It built the foundation of Lexus by its exceptional quietness, comfort and refinement, and each subsequent generation has embraced the spirit of constant innovation through new technology.

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Toyota Is Offering Life-Saving Technology For Free

Research, In the News, CSRC

Toyota isn’t giving away something that everybody wants, but it is offering up technology that’s very important to engineers who work on improving how vehicles protect passengers in accidents.

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Respect For People Through Automated Vehicle Safety

Research, CSRC

Next up on our exclusive Collaborative Safety Research Center series is Jason Hallman, principal engineer, Integrated Vehicle Systems. Jason proposes the question: how do we standardize safety practices for future mobility products?

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