Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center Launches Seven New Projects and Four New Partnerships with Leading Academic and Research Institutions
New research partnerships with Stanford University, University of Toronto, University of California San Diego, and Ohio State University
- Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Adolescents
- Driver Vehicle Interface for Partially Intelligent Vehicles
- Automated Tools for Naturalistic Driving Study Data Analysis for Driving Assessment
- Measuring Use and Impact of In-Vehicle Technologies on Senior Driver Safety
- CSRC Teen Driver Survey
- Designing Feedback to Help Induce Safer Driving Behaviors
- Development of Standard LDW & LDP Test Method
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