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CSRCChina Securities Regulatory Commission
CSRCCisco Subscriber Registration Center
CSRCComputer Security Response Center
CSRCCurrent Source
CSRCContributing Source
CSRCComputer Security Resource Center (NIST)
CSRCConflict Studies Research Centre (UK)
CSRCCollaborative Safety Research Center (Toyota Motor Corporation)
CSRCComputer Security Resource Clearinghouse
CSRCContributing Source (telephony, real-time control protocol)
CSRCChicano Studies Research Center (UCLA)
CSRCCreation-Science Research Center
CSRCCivil Society Resource Centre (Pakistan)
CSRCCharter School Resource Center
CSRCCanadian Survey Research Council
CSRCCub Scout Resident Camp (Boy Scouts)
CSRCCommon Sense RC
CSRCContext Switching Reconfigurable Computing
CSRCComputing Sciences Research Center
CSRCLocal coastal SAR committee
CSRCCharles Salt Research Center
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One of the investigators was an employee of the Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
Auto Business News-November 16, 2017--Toyota Motor's Collaborative Safety Research Center launches five new research projects
Toyota's Collaborative Safety Research Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has been working with Kayvan Najarian, director of data science at the Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care, to develop the system.
The company is also investing an additional USD35m funding in its Collaborative Safety Research Center, assisting researchers in continuing to study active safety systems, driver distraction and other relevant subjects.
Auto Business News-December 9, 2011--Toyota Motor Corporation's Collaborative Safety Research Center to expand(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
The company's new Collaborative Safety Research Center is to be based at the Toyota Technical Center (TTC) in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and will include Toyota researchers and engineers from North America and Japan.
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