• 11/28/17 8:38 am EST
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    For more than two and a half decades, Toshiba has been committed to supporting and advancing STEM education in the United States through the Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision competition, one of the world’s largest K-12 STEM competitions and the Toshiba America Foundation, a non-profit grant making organization dedicated to helping classroom teachers make STEM learning fun and successful for K-12 students in U.S. schools. Learn more about our annual contributions to education and positive socialmore...
  • 9/25/17 10:30 am EDT
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    The majority of all U.S. critical infrastructures are privately owned, such as power plants, electrical grids and communication networks to name a few. The effectiveness of vulnerability assessments depends upon the voluntary collaboration of private sector owners and operators.more...
  • 9/11/17 11:26 am EDT
    Toshiba America, Inc.
    Autonomous driving systems must perform many and complex functions at once, including real-time monitoring and recognition of the road and its environs from video feeds and LIDAR(Note 1) information, and plan an appropriate course. Many autonomous vehicles now under development handle this computational complexity with high-end PCs(Note 2). Replacing such PCs with much more cost-effective dedicated processors that consume less power is vital for progress in autonomous driving.more...
  • 7/31/17 10:07 am EDT
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    Among Mother Nature’s many wonders, Toshiba researchers focused on photosynthesis -- a process used by plants and other organisms to convert light energy into chemical energy that can later be released to fuel the organisms' activities (energy transformation). In other words, plants are able to synthesize food directly from carbon dioxide and water using energy from light. Learning from this system, Toshiba researchers created a novel way to convert carbon dioxide into ethylene glycol.more...
  • 6/26/17 10:34 am EDT
    Toshiba America, Inc.
    Power devices are essential in controlling electrical power used in all sorts of devices from electrical vehicles (EVs) to railroads to elevators. However when converting power from DC to AC there is substantial energy loss which can result in more generation needed and potentially more GHG emissions depending on the energy source. Also renewable energy sources such as solar and wind is typically creating DC power which needs to be converted to AC before use, again there is energy loss in thismore...
  • 6/20/17 10:49 am EDT
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    Despite the fact that hydrogen ranks as the cleanest fuel possible—as a source of electricity its only byproducts are water and heat—its use as a fuel for electricity generation remains nominal. This is because hydrogen’s power has been difficult to leverage: it has the highest amount of energy per weight, but the least amount of energy by volume. Moreover, 95% of the hydrogen produced in the US, which is used almost exclusively for industrial purposes, comes from natural gas, and a largemore...
  • 6/19/17 9:38 am EDT
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    Toshiba's rechargeable battery (SCiB™) is a safe, high-performance, long-life, rechargeable battery solution for a wide array of applications ranging from electric vehicles to future grid energy storage. SCiB™ batteries can be charged in as little as 6 minutes. The lithium titanium oxide chemistry contained in SCiB™ is not susceptible to lithium metal plating, providing exceptional battery safety characteristics.more...
  • 5/24/17 9:34 am EDT
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    Since the recent US election there’s been a lot of talk in the media and on financial news programs about the upcoming boom in infrastructure construction. There is no denying that a significant investment in US infrastructure is needed.more...

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