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Unfortunately, around 400 U.S. motorists die each year from drowning when their vehicle plunges into water. To help eliminate the chances of being restrained in a submerged car, a new seat belt mechanism has been designed to make sure that occupants can extract themselves quickly and safely when underwater.   The Escape Belt looks like the traditional female latch that plugs into a car’s buckle. When water hits the interior, a salt pill inside the latch dissolves, causing a hammer to ...
GregC

Freescale Automotive Vision

Posted by GregC Dec 11, 2012
Freescale Automotive Vision - Future of Automotive Industry for Human Life   ...
Lithium ion batteries are in use all around you–check out this informative video to learn about the history of batteries and how modern batteries are manufactured.   ...
As Toyota enhances the efficiency of its vehicles, included in improving them overall are advancements in their safety.   This week the company announced both a new high-speed collision avoidance system and a new testing facility in Japan to further develop pedestrian and related safety technologies as well as environmental and fuel-efficiency related innovations.   Pre-collision System: Intelligent Braking From Toyota  Toyota cites statistics from the Institute for Traffic Acci ...

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