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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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Diagram of human body experiencing a car accident.

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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Illustration of a car entering a parking lot.

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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ITL Receives “Best Paper Award” at 2020 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference

Events, ITL

Learn more at the IEEE Vehicular Network Conference website (VNC).

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Toyota Has The Brains To Uncover The Science Behind Mobility Solutions

Research, CSRC

Toyota’s CSRC team wants to introduce you to John Lenneman. As a senior principal research scientist, John loves a good brain game.

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rednering of two cars avoiding a collision.

Toyota CSRC Funding Four New Safety Research Studies

Research, In the News, CSRC

The Toyota’s Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) is investing $1-million in four research projects aimed at enabling safer and more efficient mobility systems by exploring driver behavior in different environments, monitoring driver health and identifying driver error when interacting with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) technologies.

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Illustration of heart and heartbeat pulse line.

Toyota Driver Monitoring Sensors Could Detect Heart Trouble

Research, In the News, CSRC

Pujitha Gunaratne, a principal scientist at the Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center, hopes to do that by developing in-car sensors to keep tabs on drivers’ health while they are piloting their car.

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Do You Have What It Takes To Rise To The Automation Challenge?

Events, CSRC

John Lenneman, a senior principal engineer with Toyota’s CSRC, joined Amy Bucher with Mad*Pow and James Jenness at Westat during PAVE’s Virtual Panel to share key insights into how driving automation is perceived and how best to educate consumers about the technology.

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Toyota Is Working To Take A Pulse On Driver’s Health While They’re Behind The Wheel

Research, CSRC

Toyota’s CSRC team wants you to meet Pujitha Gunarante. As a principal scientist, Pujitha’s passion focuses on researching human behaviors related to driver health and their safety.

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Steering wheel with heart display.

Making Roads Safer By Detecting Driver Heart Anomalies

Research, In the News, CSRC

An interview with Pujitha Gunaratne, a principal scientist at the Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center, who is leading research to develop algorithms that could detect and predict potentially life-threatening heart episodes that may strike the driver of a moving vehicle.

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