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car safety

A mechanical device attached to an elevator car frame, or to the counterweight frame, designed to stop and hold the car or counterweight in case of a predetermined overspeed of the car or its free fall, or in the event that its hoisting ropes slacken.
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Summary: Issues with automobile safety seemed to be paramount in 2014 -- just ask General Motors.
Autoliv AB (STO:ALIVSDB)(NYSE:ALV), a provider of automobile safety solutions, announced today that it expects to issue USD1.
The company also offers a comprehensive line of highly reliable Electromechanical and Electronic Switch and Control Devices for commercial and specialty vehicles and Sensors for automobile safety systems, as well as Protection Relays and underground Power Distribution Centers for the safe control and distribution of electricity.
In conjunction with new technology that helps drivers detect and autobrake for pedestrians, Volvo's revolutionary airbag technology has raised the bar in automobile safety, ensuring the safety of those operating the vehicle, and the innocent pedestrians who sometimes find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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The Scandinavians practically invented the automobile safety regime for mass-produced cars.
He has written on important and weighty topics such as war, automobile safety, race in America, human relationships and politics, winning four Emmy awards in the process.
While noting that car accidents fell substantially from the 1990s thanks to improved automobile safety and increased seatbelt usage, the report called for improving sidewalks and addressing illegal parking to reduce accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists.
Fluoridation is recognized by the Centers for Disease Control as one of the 10 greatest achievements in public health of the 20th century, up there with vaccines and automobile safety advances.
Think automobile safety and one of the first names to come to mind is Volvo.
Manufactured in large sheets, the sensors could be used in artificial electronic skin for prosthetic limbs, robots, touch-screen displays, automobile safety and a range of medical applications
Although promoting automobile safety, the larger message demonstrates that one careless lie, regardless of intention, can be more devastating and permanent than the tragic consequences of hazardous teen driving.