Kariya(JAPAN)–December 6, 2018– For the first time, Toyota Boshoku Corporation (TOKYO:3116) will exhibit at CES 2019, which runs from January 8th to January 11th, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Toyota Boshoku is committed to proposing superior mobility experiences to customers throughout the world. Our goal is to offer QUALITY OF TIME AND SPACE in all aspects of human mobility. At CES 2019, we will introduce several concepts―together with their component technologies―that increase the comfort value of mobility and transform mobility time and space, a part of lifestyles.
1) Interior Space Model “AceS” *1
An interior space model that supports level-four autonomous driving. The space offers comfort to each individual occupant and introduces seat and interior parts technologies that detect the changes in occupant’s physical status and assess sleepiness and emotional state. In response, the technology stimulates the five senses with music, light and other devices to create feelings of safety and comfort.
2) Interior Space Model “MOOX” *2
An interior space model that supports level-five autonomous driving. A space conceived for the provision of various services, from business to entertainment, with fully flexible seat arrangements and an array of necessary functions. Service value is increased through the stimulation of five senses in response to occupant behavior and circumstances.
2. Booth location
Tech East, Westgate, Booth No.1901
In 2018, our company celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the original “Toyoda Boshoku Corporation”. Toward the next 100 years, we are committed to launch a range of new initiatives to ensure our future growth. As the automobile industry undergoes great change, we are embracing new challenges to ensure that we will remain, 100 years in the future, a company that is trusted and relied upon.
See our special CES exhibition site https://www.toyota-boshoku.com/global/special/ces2019/
*1: Active Comfort Engaging Space
*2: Portmanteau coined from MOBILE and BOX, denoting a private space that can be utilized freely while in motion.