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MIT AgeLab Publishes Research Results

MIT AgeLab has published research results for the CSRC research project "Demands of In-Vehicle Voice Interfaces"

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UMTRI - Toyota Speaker Series

The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Toyota present Leadership in Transportation: New Perspectives on Safe and Sustainable Transportation, a series of informative and engaging conversations with leaders in transportation.

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CSRC and Research Partners Attend the 7th International Driving Symposium

Researchers from CSRC, along with collaborators from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, University of Toronto, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute and Wayne State University, attended and presented research papers at the 7th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design in Bolton Landing, New York on June 17-20, 2013.

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Driver Distraction Definitions Workshop

Toyota's Collaborative Safety Research Center held a Driver Distraction Definitions Workshop on March 28 & 29, 2012 in Alexandria, VA.

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Teen Driver Distraction Study News Release

Driver distraction study from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Toyota shows significant correlation between parent and teen distractions.


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View CSRC Seminars

Launched in January 2011, the Collaborative Safety Research Center builds on Toyota's long-standing commitment to helping create a safe, sustainable mobile society. As one of the CSRC's three pillars (collaborative research, data analysis, and outreach) outreach events are held to introduce society to new projects, new partnerships, and provide updates to current projects.