Senior Chief Engineer, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Automobile R&D Center
Toshio Yokoyama joined Honda Motor Co., Ltd. in 1979 and was transferred to Honda R&D the following year. His first project at Honda R&D was research and development of an electronic fuel injection system for internal combustion engine. He was then assigned as an original research member of the Honda Fundamental Research Center, which was established in 1986.
In 2000, he resided in Silicon Valley in California as vice president of Honda Research Americas. There, he established Honda Research Institute (HRI) USA in 2003 and became the first president of HRI. In 2008, he was the general manager of the Future Transportation Systems Laboratory. From 2012 to present, he is in charge of ITS and automated driving research and development as a senior chief engineer of Honda Automobile R&D Center.
Executive Insight Roundtable 7: IoT / Automated Driving / Connected Cars
Tuesday, 19 January 2016