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Tomoyuki Nishio: Vehicle crash predictive and evasive operation system by neural networks. Takata Corporation, Kanesaka & Takeuchi, July 30, 1996: US05541590 (445 worldwide citation)

A system for predicting and evading crash of a vehicle includes an image pick-up device mounted on the vehicle for picking up images of actual ever-changing views when the vehicle is on running to produce actual image data, a crash predicting device associated with said image pick-up device, said cr ...


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James P Karlow, Mohamed Boumarafi, Jonathan P Hurford: Side impact head restraint with inflatable deployment. Takata, Harness Dickey & Pierce, December 31, 1996: US05588672 (97 worldwide citation)

A side impact head restraint with inflatable deployment in which an inflatable member having a movable mounting point is used to deploy a fabric panel during a side impact collision for head protection. The inflatable member, made of coated fabric, is pressurized by a gas generator. The inflatable m ...


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Masato Kuretake, Motonobu Kitagawa: Device for protecting a head of an occupant. Takata Corporation, Kanesaka and Takeuchi, November 30, 1993: US05265903 (71 worldwide citation)

A device for protecting a head of an occupant in an automobile in case of e.g. a lateral collision has an air bag assembly installed above the window beside his seat, and including an inflatable air bag capable of moving down along the window upon inflation. The device also has a member which is mov ...


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Dienhung Huynh, Peter Baumgartner, Thomas Steck, Andreas Riedel: Vehicle seat for a vehicle. Takata Petri, Bayerische Motoren Werke, Foley & Lardner, June 21, 2011: US07963553 (70 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat including a backrest which has a middle part laterally confined by side walls; an airbag module arranged in one of the side walls; adjusting means for adjusting the width of the backrest. The adjusting means have an adjusting element, which is arranged together with the airbag module ...


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Hiroshi Aoki: Seat weight measuring apparatus. Takata Corporation, Kanesaka & Takeuchi, May 30, 2000: US06069325 (67 worldwide citation)

A seat weight measuring apparatus measures a seat weight including a weight of a passenger sitting on an automotive seat. The seat weight measuring apparatus is formed of seat connecting mechanisms with arms for connecting the seat to seat fixing portions located on a car body, load sensor mechanism ...


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James Hartmeyer, John J Jakovski: Flow regulating air bag valve. Takata, Harness Dickey & Pierce, February 20, 1996: US05492363 (66 worldwide citation)

An improved air cushion restraint system utilizes a gas flow-regulating valve having an inner membrane, an outer membrane, a pucker formed therebetween, and a flow passage from the air bag inflation chamber to the pucker for expulsion through an outer membrane aperture. The inner membrane is extensi ...


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Tetsuya Maekawa, Yuichi Sawatari: Seat belt retractor employing ultrasonic motor. Takata Corporation, Foley & Lardner, June 16, 1998: US05765774 (64 worldwide citation)

A reel of a seat belt retractor equipped in a automobile for reeling a seat belt is integral with a shaft of an ultrasonic motor. The ultrasonic motor is rotated either one direction or the other so as to retract or draw out the seat belt. A control device for controlling the rotation of the ultraso ...


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Junichi Yoshida: Child seat. Takata Corporation, Kanesaka & Takeuchi, April 6, 1999: US05890762 (63 worldwide citation)

A child seat capable of easily adjusting its reclining angle. The child seat is placed on a vehicle seat, and the tongue of a seat-side belt and the buckle of a belt are latched to each other. Then, the dial is turned to wind the belt to fix the child seat to the vehicle seat. To adjust the reclinin ...


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Eiji Yanagi, Hiroaki Fujii, Kenji Kitazawa: Vehicle occupant restraint system. Takata Corporation, Foley & Lardner, August 4, 1998: US05788281 (62 worldwide citation)

A seat belt retractor is controlled in consideration of the condition of a vehicle relative to an object and/or the condition of the vehicle to more efficiently and conformably protect the occupant in an emergency. A CPU judges the condition of the vehicle relative to the object based on a detection ...


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Akira Kokeguchi: Sheet material for vehicle safety air bags. Takata Corporation, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, October 16, 1990: US04963412 (61 worldwide citation)

Sheet material for use in vehicle safety air bags comprises a multiplicity of perforated films of polymeric material having holes, the perforated films being superposed on each other such that the holes in adjacent films do not overlap to any great extent, and adhesive filling the holes of all of th ...