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Toyota Mirai - Fuel Cell Automobile at the COVE Wed Night

  • 01/20/2016
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • 5141 California Street, Irvine, CA UCI Applied Innovation (The Cove)

What: Toyota Mirai - Fuel Cell Automobile @ ASME OC meeting
When: 1/20 7PM - 9PM _ WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Where: The Cove @UCI 5141 California Ave Irvine, CA92617
Cost: Free
Reg: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/toyota-mirai-fuel-cell-automobile-tickets-20824500642

Come see and touch the new Mirai, Toyota's first production Fuel Cell vehicle in USA. Learn about the development history of fuel cell technology, the hydrogen infrastructure in California, the technology of the vehicle and its safety features.

About this event
The Mirai (Japanese for "first") is Toyota's first production fuel cell vehicle - released in Dec.
Toyota fuel cell technology development started in c. 1992.  Since then many prototype vehicles have been built and tested.  Learn a little about the prototypes and Toyota's development activities.
Learn about the hydrogen delivery infrastructure in California.
Learn a lot about the Mirai's key technology from an expert in this field.

Reasons to attend
To learn about the history of fuel cell technology development at Toyota.
To understand the technology of fuel cell vehicles.
To see the Mirai vehicle first hand.
To learn about the hydrogen economy.

Additional information
Speaker Biography - Matt McClory

Toyota Technical Center
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, North America, Inc.

Matt McClory is a Manager with TTC’s Powertrain System Control department located in Torrance, CA. His primary responsibilities include the development, testing, and evaluation of prototype fuel cell vehicles, as well as coordinating Toyota’s contributions to the SAE Fuel Cell Vehicle Safety Codes & Standards Working Groups. In addition, he is involved in activities supporting development of the hydrogen refueling infrastructure, and external affairs promoting Toyota’s message for sustainable mobility. Mr. McClory earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Davis.

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