STERLING HEIGHTS, MI â€“ Key Safety Systems could have an active low-risk-deployment passenger-side airbag that will eliminate the need for seat-embedded occupant position sensors in cars by â€™07, thanks to the use of ticker-tape-like polyester sensor strips. Key (formerly Breed Technologies Inc.) is in talks with auto makers in Asia, Europe and North America about supplying the component to future vehicle programs. One OEM is looking at fitting the airbag on a vehicle that will bow in ...
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