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This facility has been established to perform vehicle impact tests as part of our activities for developing and testing vehicle occupant restraint systems.
For the development of vehicle occupant protection systems for vehicles and similar applications, Continental has a servo-hydraulic, controlled sled system that is also used to perform tests as part of services.
The facility is used for testing components and vehicle frontal structure for the development of active and passive protection systems.
For the US legislation requirement (FMVSS 201 u), Continental uses a BIA facility for positioning the Free Motion Headform (FMH) within vehicle interiors.
The facilities are used for development tests of vehicle interior components, cockpits and protection systems, as well as conformity to production tests.
Continental has developed a test approach for the simulation of side impact crash events on the HYGE sled.
With its Safety Engineering segment, Continental applies a specifically developed engineering and testing process for electric vehicles and their special requirements.