Toyota reveals plans to build prototype hydrogen fuel city at CES 2020

Share this… The Woven City will be a fully connected ecosystem that runs on hydrogen fuel cells. At the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Toyota captured the interest of attendees with its plans to build a prototype hydrogen fuel city. Known as the Woven City, it’s a 175-acre site that will be located at the base of Mt. Fuji. This “city” of the future will be designed to function as a wholly connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen fuel cells . The city will provide a real-world environment for the research, development and testing of technologies. Green Car Congress reports that the Woven City will function as a home to both researchers and full-time residents. The researchers will have the freedom to develop and test technologies in this unique real-world incubator. Some of these technologies include robotics, autonomy, smart homes, personal mobility and artificial intelligence. This hydrogen fuel city won’t only be for residents of Japan, either. Toyota intends to invite other commercial and academic partners as well as interested researchers and scientists across the globe to collaborate as well as work on their own projects in this special place. The hydrogen fuel city will be 100% sustainable. The plan […]

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