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

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

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

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TRINA scientists pioneer applications for biologically inspired generative design

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Generative design unlocks the power of nature for electronics cooling.

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

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Understanding of vapor chamber technology advanced for high performance thermal management of electronics. 

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Innovative Headlights, Studied by CSRC, Could Help Save Pedestrians, Bicyclists

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Adaptive headlights are a promising high-tech feature that combines multiple LEDs and computer chips. This can allow vehicles to project multiple points and colors of light in addition to the wide beam that illuminates the road for the driver. Toyota’s CSRC researchers and its partners at the University of Iowa studied how these adaptive headlight … Continued

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Toyota Renews Investment in Collaborative Safety Research Center for 2022-2026

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The pioneering research center announced plans for its next phase of automotive safety projects, backed by a five-year, $30 million commitment. Over the last 10 years, CSRC has received $85 million to help make the roads a safer place for everyone. Projects have ranged from foundational research into the factors that lead to distracted driving … Continued

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CSRC Presents at 2022 Government / Industry Meeting

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Rini Sherony and Jason Hallman, two of CSRC’s team members, were invited and presented at the 2022 Society of Automotive Engineers Government / Industry Meeting (SAE GIM).  The 2022 SAE GIM was held in Washington DC with select sessions broadcast virtually. Sherony presented her talk “E-scooter Vehicle Interactions Safety Assessment from a Large Scale Naturalistic … Continued

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

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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

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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

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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

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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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