Toyota Launches New Safety Studies

Recently, Toyota's Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) revealed a new set of research programs that will study the opportunities and address the challenges of autonomous and connected vehicle technologies. The projects will focus on four research tracks:

 

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  • Potentially integrating advanced active safety systems and passive safety systems, using advanced pre-crash sensors
  • Studying driver state detection and striving to improve mobility using physiology and health metrics
  • Building research models to understand and strengthen the relationship between driver and vehicles
  • Using big data and safety analytics techniques to create algorithms and tools in order to study naturalistic driving data

Since Toyota launched the CSRC in 2011, it's completed 44 research projects with 23 partner universities, published more than 200 papers and presented at numerous conferences. CSRC projects have contributed to auto safety industrywide, developing research into the effect humans have on vehicle safety and the efficacy of active and passive driving systems.

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