restraint

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the act of limiting or condition of being limited

an instrument or means of restraining

something that physically confines the legs or arms

the keeping of one's thoughts and emotions to oneself

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SPARCS (Single-Point Automotive Restraint Control System) - detects front, side, and rear impacts; uses advanced algorithms to determine crash severity; serves as the interface for occupant sensing, rollover sensing and seat belt information; and controls deployment of various occupant restraints
TecSyn is the world's most advanced manufacturer of powdered metal cylinder liners, utilizing TecSyn's proprietary cold isostatic compaction technology, and the world's largest supplier of automotive restraint and convenience netting products.
TecSyn is the world's most advanced manufacturer of powdered metal cylinder liners utilizing TecSyn's proprietary cold isostatic compaction technology, the world's largest supplier of automotive restraint and convenience netting products, and one of the largest manufacturers of baler twine in North America
TecSyn is the world's largest supplier of automotive restraint and convenience netting products, one of the largest manufacturers of baler twine in North America and the world's most advanced manufacturer of powdered metal products utilizing TecSyn's proprietary cold isostatic compaction technology.
Under Almgren's leadership, the automotive restraint company established a North American presence as well as expanded into the development of airbags.
Mallender added, "We expect the automotive restraint industry to undergo significant change over the next decade.
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