RAYMOND, OH – Vehicles take on walls at high speeds; airbags explode into unwitting passengers; and heads ricochet off car hoods. Honda’s servohydraulic impact simulator is one of a kind. Honda R&D Americas Inc.’s new Automotive Safety Research Facility is a scary place – especially for crash-test dummies. But the many accidents slated to happen within the walls of the new 78,000 sq.-ft. (7,246 sq.-m) research center are designed to prevent or at least mitigate damage in an ...
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