Safety First The MercedesBenz ESF 2009 | Automobiles | Robb…

Safety First The MercedesBenz ESF 2009 | Automobiles | Robb…

Safety First: The Mercedes-Benz ESF 2009 JULY 27, 2009 If you’ve ever walked away from a harrowing car wreck, chances are good that Mercedes-Benz had a hand in your survival — even if you weren’t driving a Mercedes at the time. The German automaker has been a safety innovator since the 1950s, developing features that have found their way into cars from every manufacturer on earth. Mercedes invented the “safety cage” passenger cell, for instance, and front- and rear-crumple zones, too. And during the 1970s, the company’s vigorous Experimental Safety Vehicle program (ESF in German) produced more than 30 concept cars designed to showcase its cutting-edge safety technology, including ...

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MercedesBenz Car News BBC Top Gear Australia

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 29 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
MercedesBenz Car News BBC Top Gear Australia

News articles tagged with Mercedes-Benz Featured car — Ten reasons you need this Merc 300SL Welcome the 265kW Merc GLA45 AMG Baby Benz SUV gets most powerful production 4cyl engine in the world In pics: Merc’s mental car museum From a wonderful 50s SLR that never was to Ringo Starr’s old AMG: pick your favourite from all these… It’s the new Mercedes Unimog! Germany’s very own battleship-transformer gets upgraded and a ten-model range Fact fans, did you know that this little black Mercedes used to belong to Beatles drummer Ringo Starr? When he bought the 190, it was but a lowly 2.0-litre. He had it fully converted into a 2.3-litre AMG cooking model in England, and ...

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MercedesBenz marks 50 years since crash testing first car |…

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 24 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
MercedesBenz marks 50 years since crash testing first car |…

Mercedes-Benz marks 50 years since crash testing first car Every vehiclle sold in the United States and in Europe undergoes crash testing. But that wasn’t the case when Mercedes-Benz conducted its first crash test on Sept. 10, 1959 when a test car was accelerated head-on towards a stationary obstacle. Safety research at the brand suddenly entered a new era, for now the behaviour of vehicles and occupants in car accidents could be investigated in realistic circumstances using test cars and crash test dummies. In the decades that followed, Mercedes-Benz continued to set new standards in a line of research that applied throughout the industry and thus achieved lasting improvements in ...

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MercedesBenz ESF 2009 Tests Future Safety Technology NYTimes com

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 24 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
MercedesBenz ESF 2009 Tests Future Safety Technology NYTimes com

Mercedes-Benz ESF 2009 Tests Future Safety Technology The Child Protect seat and inflatable belt for rear seat passengers in the Mercedes-Benz ESF 2009. MONTVALE, N.J. — Just before heading back home to Germany following a short tour of the United States, Mercedes-Benz’s ESF 2009 experimental safety vehicle made one last pitstop before a gaggle of American reporters in northern New Jersey. It offered a tantalizing glimpse of more than a dozen different systems designed to make driving (and crashing) safer. Closest on the horizon is a new type of child seat, according to the ESF’s project manager, Michael Fehring. The Child Protect System is essentially a child seat with steel reinforced ...

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2009 MercedesBenz Experimental Safety Vehicle

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 19 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
2009 MercedesBenz Experimental Safety Vehicle

(from Daimler Press Release) Experimental Safety Vehicle PRE-SAFE Structure: inflatable metal structures It sounds like science-fiction: concealed metallic structures that wait patiently in a collapsed, space-saving state until they are required to go into action. Daimler researchers working together with the gas generator specialists at Autoliv spent two years actively researching such active metal support systems, and tested a variety of applications. For the very first time, inflatable metal side impact protection can be seen in the ESF 2009. Imagine an inflatable mattress. When it is not needed, it is rolled up flat and e.g. consigned to a shelf in the attic. When inflated, however, it ...

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Article from 5 Star News MercedesBenz of Laguna Niguel

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 17 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Article from 5 Star News MercedesBenz of Laguna Niguel

Mercedes-Benz Unveils the Future of Automobile Safety ESF 2009 concept car demonstrates new advances. When you look at all the safety technology in a modern automobile, particularly a Mercedes-Benz, it’s easy to wonder, “What else is there to be done?” The Mercedes-Benz ESF 2009 safety car concept that debuted at this year’s Washington, D.C. Auto Show answers, “Plenty.” With a multitude of airbags, crash-absorbing body structures and advanced dynamic handling systems, today’s cars protect occupants better than any in history. Many of those innovations originated from Mercedes-Benz, yet every day, Mercedes-Benz engineers take up the task of making cars even safer. For them, there ...

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Interseat Protection ESF 2009

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 13 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
Interseat Protection ESF 2009

Daimler AG makes safety visible Bertrandt supports Interseat Protection in the ESF 2009 The ESF 2009 Experimental Safety Vehicle made the progress achieved so far clearly visible to mark the year of safety anniversaries at Mercedes-Benz. By combining trailblazing innovations in the field of safety, the research vehicle already shows possible technologies of the future. As a long-standing development partner of Daimler AG, the engineering service provider Bertrandt also demonstrated its expertise in the ESF 2009: the “Interseat Protection” safety system integrated into the rear seats prevents head and shoulder collisions between the vehicle occupants and also provides value-added as a comfort ...

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News The Paintin Place | The Paintin Place

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 10 Май 2015 | no comments yet »
News The Paintin Place | The Paintin Place

Inflatable Seatbelts for Kids Inflatable seat belts have been around for a few years but they’re just starting to gain international traction now—and soon they may be a common feature in almost all new cars. The groundbreaking seat belts, which function like air bags yet have the restraint of seat belts, first made their appearance in the 2011 Ford  Explorer. Now Ford and other manufacturers, like Mercedes Benz, are installing them in other makes and models across Europe and the U.S. according to theDaily Mail. If there’s a crash, the seat belts blow up in a mere 40 milliseconds, quick enough to save the lives of the passengers who are buckled in. The belts were designed to protect ...

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Benz shapes the safety future motoring com au

Benz shapes the safety future motoring com au

Benz shapes the safety future With the new ESF 2009, Mercedes’ engineers plan for ever-improved vehicle safety with fresh ideas and technical innovation Just when you thought you had airbags, stability control and antilock brakes figured out, Mercedes-Benz has ramped up its road-safety engineering with the ESF 2009 safety research vehicle. Mercedes Benz’s ESF 2009 safety car (more here ) enters new safety territory by doubling a normal car’s emergency braking power, improving side impact safety with expanding metal ‘airbags’ inside the doors, automatically lighting up pedestrians and animals at night, pushing passengers towards the middle of the car away from ...

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MercedesBenz reveals full details on ESF 2009 safety prototype vehicle

Rubric: Mercedes-Benz interesting | 30 Апр 2015 | no comments yet »
MercedesBenz reveals full details on ESF 2009 safety prototype vehicle

Mercedes-Benz reveals full details on ESF 2009 safety prototype vehicle mercedes benz esf 2009 experimental safety vehicle 031 The ESF 2009 S400 Hybrid demonstrates Mercedes’ most advanced safety technologies Airbag brakes, inflatable metal and seats that push the passengers around? It sounds like a car straight out of a transformers movie, but Mercedes-Benz has let loose the full details of its ESF 2009 S400 Hybrid experimental Safety Vehicle that has all that and more — even though it won’t be officially unveiled until later this month. The car is the first such experimental model from Mercedes since the early 1970s. Fitted with 13 of Mercedes-Benz’s most advanced ...

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