MILFORD, MI – General Motors Corp. has plans to expand application of its passenger-side airbag seat-sensing system and use the technology for other purposes, company executives reveal here during a press briefing at the auto maker’s proving grounds. “We’re working on sensor fusion to see what else we can use it for. And we will find other uses,” says Bob Lange, GM executive director-safety. Possible applications include use in automatically moving the seat back during a ...
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