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Yngve H ANG land, Lars Erik Florberger, Sture Andersson, Simomn Valkenburg, I Jorgen Svensson: Side impact and roll over inflatable head protector. Autoliv Development, Spencer & Frank, August 4, 1998: US05788270 (126 worldwide citation)

A safety device for a motor vehicle which has a door frame and a door contained within the door frame. The safety device includes: a gas generator; a sensor for sensing at least one of a side impact and a roll-over for activating the gas generator; and an inflatable element connected to the gas gene ...


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Yngve Håland, Anders Svantesson: Vehicle seat. Autoliv Development, Madson & Metcalf, September 6, 2005: US06938953 (85 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat has a back-rest (1) carrying a head-rest (2). A mechanism is provided to move the head-rest (2) forwardly relative to the back-rest (1) in response to a rear impact situation. An element (9) is operatively located between the head-rest (2) and the mechanism (6) which is adapted to yie ...


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Anders Svantesson: Head-rest arrangement. Autoliv Development, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, May 10, 2005: US06890029 (85 worldwide citation)

A head-rest arrangement for a vehicle seat includes a head-rest mounted in position on a vehicle seat so that it can move forwardly from an initial position to a final position. A spring mechanism is provided to move the head-rest. A release mechanism is actuated by movement of a pressure responsive ...


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Ola Bostrom, Yngve Haland: Airbag arrangement. Autoliv Development, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, May 18, 2010: US07717459 (78 worldwide citation)

An air-bag arrangement for a motor vehicle is disclosed to provide protection for the occupants (1, 2) of two adjacent seats (11, 12). Each seat is associated with two air-bag units (15, 16, 20, 21), one of which contains an air-bag to be deployed so as to occupy a space on the inboard side of the s ...


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Werner Balser, Sylvain Langlet, Thierry Hondier, Gilles Garret, Pierre Untersinger, Nicolas Eon: Reversible safety padding or plate. Autoliv Development, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, June 1, 2010: US07726733 (71 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a safety apparatus in a motor vehicle having a sensor device in communication with an evaluation unit within which sensor data are evaluated. The evaluation unit is in communication with at least one drive device that can move at least one energy-absorbing element from a res ...


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Johannes Riedel, Rainer Wunsch: Air-bag arrangement. Autoliv Development, George H Spencer, Catherine M Voorhees, Venable, January 4, 2000: US06010149 (67 worldwide citation)

An air-bag arrangement for a motor vehicle, the air-bag arrangement including an air-bag adapted to be inflated, in the event that an accident should arise, to form a curtain, the air-bag having a fixation strap extending between the curtain and an anchor point, the fixation strap including inflatab ...


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Timo Ryden, Jonas Björkqvist, Magnus Karisson, Joachim Huber, Lars Kauffeld: Vehicle seat unit. Autoliv Development, Bayerische Motorenwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, July 3, 2012: US08210568 (66 worldwide citation)

A side airbag unit for a vehicle seat including a generally cylindrical gas generator unit having a longitudinal axis. The vehicle seat has a backrest with a front surface and a side surface. In order to achieve the result that the airbag requires little additional space and nevertheless is relative ...


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Thomas Schmidt, Klaus Butenop, Doris Kroger, Jorg Barckmann, Rene Rade: Mass-body drive for a rotary tightening device. Autoliv Development, Robert W Becker & Associates, March 16, 1999: US05881962 (61 worldwide citation)

A rotary tightening device for a safety belt has a belt retractor including a housing and a belt take-up shaft rotatably supported in the housing. The belt-take-up shaft has one end of the safety belt connected thereto. Upon triggering of the rotary tightening device, the belt take-up shaft is rotat ...


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Berhard Castagner, Jean Pierre Boyault, Kyriakos Vavalidis: Safety arrangement for a motor vehicle. Autoliv Development, George H Spencer, Catherine Voorhees, Venable, March 30, 1999: US05887894 (53 worldwide citation)

In a safety device for a motor vehicle, an air-bag is provided having a gas inlet to receive gas from a gas generator. One or more straps pass from a point on the bag spaced from the gas inlet to a fixed point. Apparatus are provided to release the strap in response to a predetermined signal from a ...