Our Initiatives for Achieving the SDGs

TTDC is working actively to help achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Our Involvement with the SDGs

Projects Connecting Us to the Community in Partnership with Our Customers

Good health and well-being
Sustainable cities and communities

Building a safe, secure, and robust mobility society for all

Measurement and Instrumentation Control (Keisoku)

We are working to create new values through technology with the aim of realizing prosperous communities with safe and secure mobility services available to all.

  • Modeling of driver drowsiness and psychological states using AI technologies

  • Modeling of interaction between traffic users for autonomous driving evaluation

Building a safe, secure, and robust mobility society for all
Quality education

Support for IP literacy necessary for innovation

Intellectual Property (IP)

We are providing practical IP know-how, extending from value creation using new technologies to risk management for patents held by other companies.

  • Training service for engineers and IP staff

Support for IP literacy necessary for innovation
Decent work and economic growth

Creation of technical information platform

Intellectual Property (IP)

We are helping to build environments conducive to innovation by increasing the efficiency of technical information management and sharing.

Mobility development using AI and cloud-based technology

Measurement and Instrumentation Control (Keisoku)

We are using AI and cloud-based technologies to improve the efficiency of development processes from measurement to analysis.

  • The Swimy data lake:
    a centralized management platform for technical information (patent search results and analysis reports)

Creation of technical information platform

Mobility development using AI and cloud-based technology

Measurement and Instrumentation Control (Keisoku)

We are using AI and cloud-based technologies to improve the efficiency of development processes from measurement to analysis.

  • Smart measurement that connects development and evaluation worksites in real time

  • OptiMeister: a tool that links user data and automates standardized analysis

Mobility development using AI and cloud-based technology
Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Technical information analysis service

Intellectual Property (IP)

We facilitate technological innovations at companies by using AI technology to identify technical trends and key development personnel.

Comprehensive solutions for measurement technologies

Measurement and Instrumentation Control (Keisoku)

We support advances toward technological breakthroughs through wide ranging simulations using highly precise digital development.

  • Service supporting the proposal of technology development strategies

  • Stella Search: find and connect engineering talent

Technical information analysis service

Comprehensive solutions for measurement technologies

Measurement and Instrumentation Control (Keisoku)

We support advances toward technological breakthroughs through wide ranging simulations using highly precise digital development.

  • SimCluster: high-speed simulation technology for MILS and SILS

  • Compact Driving Simulator V-TiPS: innovating the driving evaluation process

Comprehensive solutions for measurement technologies

Business Foundations for a Prosperous Community

The SDGs Start with Us

Understanding the spirit and values of the SDGs and aiming for a brighter future

The five Toyoda Principles are at the core of the whole Toyota group. The first of these principles (contributing to the overall good) expresses the importance of production to benefit society. Faithful to the spirit of this ideal, the focus of our business activities is to help build a more prosperous society, an approach that we have built into our Basic Philosophy.
To help realize a sustainable society, every country, company, and individual must take full responsibility to, first, realize the issues facing the world, before then thinking how to address them and changing themselves to achieve this goal. Everyone at TTDC takes personal responsibility for implementing this approach through our business.

TTDC Philosophy

TTDC Philosophy

Realize Think Change

TTDC’s Progress toward its SDGs

We launched our united efforts in 2020.
Each one of our employees began by taking full responsibility to realize the issues around us as the first step toward a sustainable future.
Together, we learned about the basics and significance of the SDGs, deepening our understanding of the SDGs while orienting ourselves toward issues affecting the environment and communities around the world.

We launched our united efforts in 2020

Second-Year Initiatives in 2021
In the second year since the launch of our SDGs initiatives, our target was to encourage a feeling of personal responsibility in all our employees.
We applied the realize/think/change approach to encourage our employees to take responsibility for reducing plastic waste. Initiatives like this can make a small but important contribution to making a brighter future. We raised awareness of issues facing our communities and provided opportunities for our employees to change their behavior.

Second-Year Initiatives in 2021

In November 2021, we registered as a Toyota SDGs Partner.
We are pushing ahead with initiatives that contribute to the local community to help achieve the SDGs raised by Toyota City Hall and realize a sustainable city.

We registered as a Toyota SDGs Partner

* Toyota SDGs Partners:
In partnership with Toyota City Hall, we are helping to promote sustainable projects and initiatives toward the resolution of issues affecting local communities, while raising public awareness about the SDGs.

Examples of Our Initiatives

Life below water

Introduction of sustainable seafood menu at the cafeteria in the Headquarters Building

In June 2020, we launched a range of rice dishes topped with fried shrimp certified by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC).
The cafeteria offers sustainable seafood once a month.
The selection of foodstuffs that have been carefully managed based on fishing resources, the environment, and local communities was an idea suggested by our cafeteria to help achieve the SDGs.
As consumers, we need to think about the food we select and persevere in our efforts to raise awareness about contributing to a sustainable society.

sustainable seafood menu
Quality education

Activities Supporting Education about Intellectual Property in the Local Community

We have delivered seminars about intellectual property at the Boys and Girls Invention Club Toyota, on topics such as What Are Intellectual Property and Patents? and What is an Invention?
We are working to nurture the creativity of the next generation of children and help build a foundation for an even more prosperous future.