Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Technical Center Europe (NTCE), along with TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. and Cranfield University’s School of Industrial and Manufacturing Science, are working on a bone-scanning technology project designed to develop systems that can adjust the deployment of onboard vehicle safety systems to account for the density of a passenger’s bone structure and reduce safety system-related injuries, such as fractured ribs and sternums. The Bone Scanning for Occupant Safety ...
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