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The SM-6 uses both active and semiactive guidance modes and advanced fuzing techniques.
This exclusive and new technology has become available as a result of the FP7-Space MAGDRIVE project and provides a non-contact, reliable mechanism able to multiply the efficacy of any conventional element (passive dampers, tuned vibration absorbers, active actuators or semiactive devices) reducing the overall required mass and volume of the devices.
For example, no improvement in yield was observed when maize stover biochar was used in Kcndaia silt loam (2-5% slopes, fine-loamy, mixed, semiactive, nonacid, mesic Aerie Endoaquepts) and Lima loam (2-6% slopes, fine-loamy, mixed, semiactive, mesic Oxyaquic Hapludalfs) (Guerena et al.
s], coefficient as a time function for the magneto-rheological damper of the semiactive suspension [b.
Diehl BGT Defence is developing a laser-guided Sidewinder (Lags), replacing the infrared seeker of the A1M-9L (which Diehl has produced under licence) with a semiactive laser unit, to produce a lightweight (87 kg) close support weapon for soft targets.
Historically, HealthPharm's executives had struggled to terminate projects, frequently choosing instead to cut project budgets, leaving numerous "zombie projects" in a semiactive state.
In particular, mechanical systems using MREs, such as tunable vibration absorber, need to know the shear modulus as a function of the variable-induced current in order to regulate their semiactive vibration control.
Other notable options include the LED Intelligent Light System with cornering light function and Adaptive High Beam Assist at PS1,280, nappa leather at PS1,935 and AirMATIC semiactive air suspension with selflevelling and Adaptive Damping System for PS1,455.