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    Collision Sensors - (14 companies)
    ...collision sensors are used to help robots avoid collisions. Mechanical collision sensors are spring-loaded devices that automatically trip when a vertical or lateral force is applied. Typically they activate when the robot comes in contact... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Collision Avoidance Sensors - (24 companies)
    ...sensors are used to prevent collision of automatic guided vehicles with either to some other vehicle or person moving on the road. A proximity sensor is mounted either in the front or at the back of automatic guided vehicles. Collision avoidance sensors... Learn More
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    Collision Avoidance Systems - (22 companies)
    Collision avoidance systems are designed to prevent or reduce the severity of vehicle collisions by providing aural and visual warnings to operators, or by proactively executing defensive maneuvers such as braking when a there is a possibility... Learn More
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    Video Cameras - (1650 companies)
    ...credits: Wikimedia; eHow. Newer model video capture devices have done away with the analog film prevalent in the 20th Century. Modern devices capture images digitally, via the means of an image sensor. Image sensors turn visible light into electronic... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Pressure Sensitive Safety Edges and Safety Bumpers-Image
    Pressure Sensitive Safety Edges and Safety Bumpers - (44 companies)
    Pressure-sensitive safety edges and safety bumpers are machine safeguarding devices that sense changes in pressure. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Sensor Accessories - (63 companies)
    Sensor accessories including mounts, sensor cables and sensor adapters are components specifically engineered for holding/positioning sensors or connecting sensors to sensor systems or instruments. Sensor Accessories Information. Sensor accessories... Learn More
  • Light Sensor Chips - (30 companies)
    Light sensor chips convert light into electrical signals which are then conditioned to produce a desired electrical output. They are sometimes called light-to-frequency chips, light-to-voltage chips, or ambient light sensors. Light sensor chips... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • RFID Tags - (134 companies)
    ...signals remain unhindered. RFID tags can be implemented in hostile environments, and RFID readers can usually scan several hundred tags at once if supplied with anti-collision technology. RFID tags are virtually limitless in application, which... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Pressure Sensors - (1083 companies)
    How Pressure Sensors Work. Sensor Technology. Selection Criteria. Performance Specifications. Maximum Pressure. Pressure Reference. Engineering Units. Accuracy. Pressure Conditions. Mechanical Considerations. Physical Constraints. Media. Process... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Tilt Sensors - (125 companies)
    ...whereas full motion would use three or more axis and additional sensors. Segway Transporters use tilt sensors to adapt to user movement. Image Credit: Tradenote.net. Tilt Sensors Construction. The way a tilt sensor works depends upon its type... Search by Specification | Learn More
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sensors to sense the brake pedal motion but. failed to disengage the cruise control, allowing the engine to continue its race. forward increasing the possibility of a potentially dangerous collision. MEDER's automotive sensor designers have successfully solved the reliability. problem by using reed...

In the SAVE-U system, radar sensors and cameras installed on the front bumper detect pedestrians or cyclists in the car's path and initiate braking if a collision is likely. In the European Union, where reportedly 9,000 people die and 200,000 are injured every year in car-pedestrian or car...

Mercedes' integrated safety concept spans from accident prevention to occupant protection in severe collisions. Safer and sleeker. The newly redesigned Mercedes C-Class arrives on U.S. shores this fall. Head restraints with an angle adjustment give better support which reduces the risk of neck...

...to it. The Control Field consists of six bits. The MSB is the. For example, a safety system in a car gets frequent. IDE bit (signifies Extended Frame) which should be. updates from critical sensors like the airbags, but it may. dominant for Standard Data Frames. This bit deter-. not receive frequent...

...are. Figure 1 Collision mitigation zone technology. filtered out. The results shown in this method are fast,. cost effective and well suited for real-time vision. applications. I. INTRODUCTION. According to the report of Federal office for statistics. Germany, the. rate of the crash-related injuries...

...in a mock 60-mile city environment. Competing vehicles are required to execute simulated military missions including check points, supply missions and obstacles. All participating vehicles navigate through the course aided by various sensors and positioning systems located on the car, and without...

...as it receives the signal from the sensors. If a car is equipped with a non real-time system, however, there is no guarantee that the airbag will be deployed exactly within 1 second after the sensor detects a collision. Such a non real-time system might deploy the airbag after finishing the request to activate...

...of advanced/smart air bags. A variety of. pre-impact braking, which often occurs prior to the. occupant sensing technologies are being developed. collision. Based on an analysis of hard-braking tests. (electric field, infrared, weight-based sensor, vision, etc.). conducted with anesthetized baboons...

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