2019-2020 RECIPIENTS

2018-2019 RECIPIENTS

2017-2018 RECIPIENTS

2016-2017 RECIPIENTS

2019-2020 RECIPIENTS


Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) continued the TMHNA University Research Program for its fourth year.


These were our 2019-2020 proposal funding recipients:


  1. Dynamic Capacitive Wireless Charging System for Autonomous MH Vehicles
    Proposal Author: Prof. Khurram Afridi, Cornell University

  2. Material Handling for Industry 4.0 in Small and Medium Enterprises
    Proposal Author: Prof. Jorge Dorribo Camba, Purdue University

2018-2019 RECIPIENTS

 

Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) continued the TMHNA University Research Program for its third year.

These were our 2018-2019 proposal funding recipients:

 

  1. Real-Time Rural Medicine Handling and Transport Using a Coordinated Fleet of Trucks and Drones
    Proposal Author: Daniel F. Silva, Auburn University

  2. Warehouse Automation in a Day
    Proposal Author: Hadas Kress-Gazit, Cornell University

  3. Intelligent Material Handling (iMH) Systems for Warehouse Applications - Phase II
    Proposal Author: Michael Kuhl, Rochester Institute of Technology

  4. Using Industry 4.0 Digital Twins to Model Human Labor in Smart Material Handling Systems
    Proposal Author: Jesus A. Jiménez, Texas State University

2017-2018 RECIPIENTS

 

Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) continued the TMHNA University Research Program for its second year. Proposal themes included virtual and augmented reality, energy infrastructure, Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0.  These were our 2017-2018 proposal funding recipients:

 

  1. Intelligent Material Handling (iMH) Systems for Warehouse Applications
    Proposal Author: Michael Kuhl, Rochester Institute of Technology

  2. A Unified Dynamic Control for Energy-Aware Electrical Vehicle Operations
    Proposal Author: Seok Gi Lee, University of Miami

  3.  A Modeling Framework for Material Handling for Industry 4.0
    Proposal Author: Kevin Gue, University of Louisville

2016-2017 RECIPIENTS

 

Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) announced the premiere of the TMHNA University Research Program. The program received application proposals from leading universities across North America. These were our 2016-2017 proposal funding recipients:

 

  1. Applying Location-based Informatics, Simulation and Optimization Methods to Forklift Driver Behavior, Congestion and Wireless Charging Studies 
    Participating Universities: State University of New York at Binghamton; University of South Florida

  2. The Impact of Emerging Logistics Paradigms on Material Handling System Functional Requirements Participating Universities: Clemson University; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; University of California, Berkeley; University of Arkansas

  3.  Data-driven Failure Predictive Analytics for Internet of Things (IoT) enabled Service Systems
    Participating University: University of Wisconsin-Madison

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The Raymond Corporation, a Toyota Industries Company, is a leading global provider of best-in-class material handling products and intelligent intralogistics solutions. Built on principles of innovation and continuous improvement for over 95 years, Raymond’s integrated automation, telematics, virtual reality and advanced energy solutions provide ways to optimize operations and bring warehouse and distribution operations to a new level of performance. Raymond® electric forklift trucks are engineered to achieve increased productivity and efficiency and are designed to provide ecological and economic benefits. In partnership with Toyota Advanced Logistics Solutions, Raymond delivers solutions to material handling and logistics markets in North America and globally. Combining operational excellence, award-winning innovation and world-class global customer support, we work together to run better, manage smarter and keep our customers always on.

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