Track #2 - Technical: Strategic Approaches and Resources for Integrating Sustainability
In this session, you’ll hear about AIAG Greenhouse Gas (GHG) workgroup activities to help automotive companies with carbon reporting and reduction. Speakers from supplier and government agencies will share their perspectives on the value of practical GHG reductions in logistics.
Toyota believes everyone should be able to move freely and safely. This is why Toyota engineers and the Toyota Partner Robot Group have collaborated for 4 years with leading organizations and members of the blind community, to better understand the mobility needs of the visually impaired. The result is Project BLAID—a wearable mobility device for the blind and vision impaired that helps fill in the blanks left by canes, dogs and existing GPS devices.
LEXINGTON, Ky., March 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- Driving habits, good or bad, begin to form long before a driver can reach the gas pedal and as early as when a child’s car seat is turned to face front. So, to learn what it means to be a safe driver, passenger and pedestrian, Kentucky tots are taking the wheel.
Safety City, a free, safety education program for second and third graders, combines classroom instruction with student driving experiences that simulate the real world.
Automaker earns #28 spot in “World’s Most Admired Companies“ list
PLANO, Texas, February 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Toyota was once again named the top motor vehicle company in Fortune Magazine’s annual list of the “World’s Most Admired Companies.” Toyota is also ranked at #28 overall out of all companies surveyed and was in the top ten in both talent and running a global business.
The “World’s Most Admired Companies” survey measures nine attributes consid
Toyota team members are creatures of habitat. And a few who test vehicles for performance and reliability have become a part-time pit crew for red-tailed hawks at Toyota Arizona Proving Ground (TAPG) in Phoenix. The situation took flight in June 2008 when a plumed pair built a nest on a utility pole at the fac
SEATTLE, Nov. 6, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Today, we have more options for getting from one place to another than ever before. Innovations abound, but are we making the most of this progress to build a future where all people can move more freely? Now is the time for fresh thinking on the mobility challenges that continue to exist in our modern society, such as: