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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 H ang land, Lars Erik Florberger, Sture Andersson, Simomn Valkenburg, I Jorgen Svensson: Side impact and roll over inflatable head protector. Autoliv Development, George H Spencer, Catherine M Voorhees, Venable, August 8, 2000: US06099029 (21 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 H ang land, Sture Andersson: Safety seat. Autoliv Development, George H Spencer, Robert Kinberg, Venable, April 18, 2000: US06050637 (18 worldwide citation)

A safety seat for a motor vehicle has a squab (1) and a back (4). A support (6) is connected to the squab and the back is pivotally connected (13) to the support (6). A motion-restricting device (22) is provided in the form of a hydraulic damper which permits relative free movement of the back of th ...


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Yngve H ang land, Ola Bostrom: Vehicle seat. Autoliv Development, George H Spencer, Robert Kinberg, Venable, August 29, 2000: US06109692 (6 worldwide citation)

A seat includes a squab and a back connected to the squab. At least a substantial part of the back of the seat is arranged to undergo a rearward movement relative to an initial position of the squab of the seat. The movement comprises at least one of a pivoting movement, a sliding movement, and a be ...


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Yngve H ang land: Safety arrangement. Autolive Development, George H Spencer, Robert Kinberg, Venable, October 10, 2000: US06129376 (3 worldwide citation)

A safety arrangement in a motor vehicle includes a support (8) located on the floor (2) of a motor vehicle in front of the front seat (1). The support (8) has an upper surface which is raised to an elevated position to provide yieldable support for the feet of the occupant of the vehicle if an accid ...