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ON THE MOVE


TOYOTA SPONSORS SPECIAL OLYMPICS UNIFIED CUP Toyota’s commitment to creating an inclusive society saw it sponsor the Unifi ed Cup in the 2018


Special Olympics in Chicago, USA, in July


Toyota supports an inclusive, barrier- free world for everyone and the Special Olympics is helping to create that through sport, regardless of intellectual disabilities. “A truly inclusive society is one


where people with intellectual disabilities aren’t just supported by those charged with helping them, but where people with and without disabilities live side by side, grow up together and learn from each other,” says Toyota President Akio Toyoda. “The Special Olympics Unifi ed Cup will unite athletes from all over the world and demonstrate that when we train and compete together, we break


PRESIDENT HONOURED BY THE INDUSTRY Toyota founder Kiichiro Toyoda has been inducted into the


Automotive Hall of Fame in Detroit, USA, to recognise his extraordinary vision and entrepreneurial spirit


Toyoda is credited with expanding the textile business created by his father, Sakichi, into automotive manufacturing in 1933. His technical skills and leadership forged the foundations of a company that’s grown into one of the most respected in the world. “Kiichiro Toyoda embodied foresight


and innovation that few people in history possess, demonstrated by his signifi cant contributions to the automotive industry,” says Ramzi Hermiz, Chairman of the Automotive Hall of Fame, which honours those who’ve made outstanding contributions to the industry.


down barriers and change the game for inclusion.” In two years’ time, when the


Olympics and Paralympic Games take place in Tokyo in 2020, the athletes, staff and media will be transported in vehicles including the Toyota Concept-i, a car that recognises drivers’ emotions and preferences and can make conversation using artifi cial intelligence. Toyota has committed to handling the transport logistics for the tournaments and its fl eet will also include automated driving vehicles and the latest in environmentally friendly, low-emission vehicles.


REMOTE MONITORING INFLUENCES


INSURANCE PREMIUMS Motorists can increasingly


expect to have their driving skills monitored by insurance companies looking to tailor their premiums to reward good drivers


The Internet of Things is leading to exciting possibilities for the insurance industry by using sensors to gather information about driving habits. The data can be analysed and used to assess the risk of individual drivers and infl uence their monthly premiums. Dubbed usage-based insurance


(UBI), the premiums can be infl uenced by the type of vehicle, the distances travelled and the behaviour of the driver, to tailor pay-as-you- drive or pay-how-you-drive packages. UBI also encourages safe driving by promising lower premiums for good drivers, resulting in fewer accidents and reduced claims payments.


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