19 Mar 2014

Ford cars crashing test to make ford safer: In Picture

Ford presently complete its 2 million crash test simulations since 1954 at Dearborn Development Center in Dearborn. Ford cars has increased its investment in computing power by 50 percent to maximize the number of virtual crash tests it can perform.

It takes high-tech computing power, dummies fitted with up to $700,000 in sensors and about 600 full-scale crash tests a year to ensure Ford vehicles meet global safety standards.

A 2014 Ford Explorer XLT performs a full-frontal crash impact test into a wall at 30mph at the Crash Barrier Dearborn Development Center in Dearborn, Michigan.
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Family of auto crash dummies at the Crash Barrier Dearborn Development Center. Ford uses these full-scale anthropomorphic test devices which represent children and adult in crash test. 
Dummies when fully instrument have up to 100 devices from head to foot streaming 300 channels of data documentation the impact and its effects.
Accident, Auto Industry, Business, Cars, Crash Test, Dearborn, Dearborn Development Center, Dummies, Ford, Ford cars, Ford Explorer XLT, Ford vehicles, News, Technology,

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