Advanced multistage driver and front-passenger air bags: Inflate with force appropriate to the severity of the impact; meet FMVSS 208 advanced air bag requirements for smaller, out-of-position occupants (standard)
What does OOPO stand for?
OOPO stands for Out-of-Position Occupant (airbag studies)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It eliminates the need to either suppress airbag inflation or default to a low-risk mode to protect an out-of-position occupant (a.
Instead, the standard permits the use of dual- or multiple-level inflator systems and automatic cut-off devices to protect out-of-position occupants and rear-facing infants.
The AOS is unique in that it has the capability to differentiate between an empty or occupied seat, a rear-facing child seat and an out-of-position occupant.
Meets FMVSS 208 advanced air bag requirements for smaller, out-of-position occupants
Meets FMVSS 208 advanced air bag requirements for small out-of-position occupants
subsidiary now meets the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) FMVSS 208 static test requirements for out-of-position occupant sensing, and is the first system of its type to have been recognized by TRW customers for this achievement.
Automotive OEMs and suppliers must comply with an increasing number of safety-related regulatory requirements including standards for crashworthiness (FMVSS 201-224), crash avoidance (FMVSS 101-135), out-of-position occupants (FMVSS 208) and new regulations for fire protection and rear-collisions (FMVSS 301).