Combining active and passive safety

Covering all aspects from sensors to control algorithms and injuries


Integrated Safety

Effects of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) on passive safety:
Is your occupant still in position for optimal passive restraint system performance?
Did you get the maximum safety potential out of your passive safety system?

Driver support and comfort:
Can your system keep the occupant in control of the vehicle during drastic vehicle dynamics?

While the market is rapidly creating diverse safety solutions, the complexity in actually realising safety increases. Active safety systems such as electric seatbelt retractors, crash avoidance manoeuvres and automatic braking have benefits but effect occupant behaviour and their body positions as well, thus creating possible hazardous situations. The power of safety systems lies within integration between active and passive safety systems. Sensors, controllers, data interpretation and intervention protocols have to work seamlessly and benefit the body position of the occupant to optimize safety and performance. 

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