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Silviu Palalau, Timothy J Bomya: Driver control interface system. Niro Scavone Haller & Niro, April 16, 2002: US06373472 (140 worldwide citation)

A driver control interface controls the values of a plurality of features in a vehicle and displays information from the vehicle to the driver. A plurality of feature group switches are located on the steering wheel of the vehicle. Each of the vehicle features is associated with a feature group. Eac ...


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Timothy J Bomya, Alan J Riggs: Magnetic field sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, November 13, 2001: US06317048 (26 worldwide citation)

A magnetic field sensor comprising a plurality of magnetic sensing elements and a means for generating an image signal from the plurality of the signals generated thereby is used i) to sense a magnetic field proximate to a body portion of a vehicle for adjusting a magnetic circuit thereof, ii) to se ...


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Timothy J Bomya: Magnetic sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, July 1, 2003: US06586926 (23 worldwide citation)

A magnetic sensor comprises at least one first coil and at least one magnetic sensing element, operatively connected to respective first and second locations of a body of a vehicle and to a ferromagnetic element of the body. The first and second locations are distinct from one another and are in mag ...


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Timothy J Bomya: Magnetic sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, June 18, 2002: US06407660 (22 worldwide citation)

A vehicle crash is sensed by generating a magnetic flux in a body portion of a vehicle from an intrinsic magnetomotive force in the body portion, conducting the magnetic flux in a closed magnetic circuit within the vehicle, generating a signal responsive to the magnetic flux, and discriminating the ...


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Timothy J Bomya: Magnetic sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, August 17, 2004: US06777927 (21 worldwide citation)

A magnetic sensor comprises at least one first coil and at least one magnetic sensing element, operatively connected to respective first and second locations of a body of a vehicle and to a ferromagnetic element of the body. The first and second locations are distinct from one another and are in mag ...


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Timothy J Bomya: Magnetic sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, July 1, 2003: US06587048 (20 worldwide citation)

A magnetic sensor comprises at least one coil operatively coupled to a ferromagnetic element of a vehicle body, at least one oscillating signal operatively connected to the at least one coil, a circuit for sensing a measure responsive to a self-inductance of the at least one coil, and a circuit for ...


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Timothy J Bomya: Magnetic sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, August 13, 2002: US06433688 (18 worldwide citation)

A magnetic sensor, comprises at least one first coil at an associated at least one first location of a body of a vehicle and at least one magnetic sensing element operatively connected to at least one second location of the body of the vehicle. The at least one first coil is operatively coupled to a ...


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Timothy J Bomya, Alan J Riggs: Magnetic sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, April 22, 2003: US06552662 (18 worldwide citation)

A magnetic sensor comprises at least one first coil operatively coupled to a first portion of a vehicle seat and at least one magnetic sensing element operatively coupled to an interior portion. At least one first signal is operatively connected to the at least one first coil, wherein the at least o ...


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Timothy J Bomya: Magnetic sensor. Automotive Systems Laboratory, Dinnin & Dunn P C, June 24, 2003: US06583616 (16 worldwide citation)

A magnetic sensor comprises at least one first coil at an associated at least one first location of a body of a vehicle and operatively connected to a ferromagnetic element of the body. A signal comprising a leading edge is applied to the at least one first coil, and a second signal is sensed from t ...


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Leonard S Cech, Timothy J Bomya, James Gregory Stanley: Magnetic sensing system and method. Takata Holdings, Raggio & Dinnin P C, December 9, 2008: US07463987 (15 worldwide citation)

A coil at a first location in magnetic communication with a door of a vehicle generates a magnetic field responsive to a time varying signal applied thereto. The first location and the coil are adapted so that the magnetic field is influenced by an opening state of the door, and by a crash involving ...