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The Aisin Group, including our company, will be exhibiting at the 10th Tokyo Motor Show 25, which will be held at Tokyo Big Sight from October 11th (Friday) to November 4th (Monday).

This time, with the theme of "Aisin Group's technological capabilities backed by history and challenges for the future," we will introduce Aisin Group's efforts from the past to the present, as well as future technological developments that will lead to the future.

Aisin Group has always been quick to grasp trends and changes in the world, such as hybrid transmissions, regenerative cooperative braking systems, car navigation systems, and parking assistance systems, and has developed cutting-edge technologies that may be needed in the future and conducts basic research to create world-first products. We have proposed a variety of products including.

This time, for the first time in Japan, we will be exhibiting "i-mobility TYPE-C" (Future), which is equipped with technologies and services that assume various users and riding situations in a diversifying mobility society, and will also be exhibiting Aisin Group's wide range of business fields. We will exhibit the popular "i-mobility TYPE-T" (current) and the 1960s Toyota Motor Corporation "Sports 800" (past) restored and built by Aisin Seiki employees.
In addition, we will introduce the Aisin Group's products and technologies that have actually solved social issues in each area of ​​CASE, as well as the current and future products and technologies that we are currently developing with the aim of solving those issues from a new perspective. We will introduce our products and technologies through videos and panel exhibitions.

i-mobility TYPE-C combines technology that detects the vehicle interior and the driver with vehicle body products to provide comfortable transportation by opening and closing doors, adjusting seats, and notifying passengers of lost items based on occupant movements and conditions. You can see a demonstration of "hospitality" for

Aisin Group has selected priority issues such as ``preventing global warming'' and ``reducing traffic accidents'' based on the ``Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)'' published by the United Nations. We will continue to contribute to the realization of a sustainable society through our business activities, leveraging the technological capabilities we have cultivated over the years and the Group's wide range of business fields.