precrash

precrash

(priːˈkræʃ)
adj
of or pertaining to the period before a crash, esp of a motor vehicle; coming into effect or being deployed prior to a crash
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Part of this reflects the structurally tougher economic conditions experienced since the precrash boom years ended in 2007, but it also reflects regulatory change, particularly in the financial sector."
TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said: "Pay is rising at a snail's pace and wages aren't expected to return to their precrash value for at least another six years.
By 2017, however, all four Gallup indicators were near or above their precrash levels.
At 3 seconds prior to the crash and up to the time of impact with the crash attenuator, the Tesla's speed increased from 62 to 70.8 mph, with no precrash braking or evasive steering movement detected.
(PS1,130); Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) - variable suspension settings (Sport, Comfort, Normal) and progressive steering (PS1,025), a Winter pack - heated front seats, heated windscreen washer jets and low washer fluid warning light (PS285); PreCrash preventive occupant protection - tensioning of front seat belts, closing of electric windows and panoramic sunroof and preconditioning of brake systems should a critical driving situation be detected (PS145) and 17-inch 'Mayfield' Black/Hot Orange diamondturned alloy wheels with 215/55 R17 94W low rolling resistance tyres.
Why abandon them in 2009, when Western economies were still 4-5 percent below their precrash levels?
[17] developed a method to identify crashes, which could be addressed by AV technology, by mapping automated vehicle functions to five layers of crash information (location, precrash scenario, driving conditions, travel speed, and driver condition).
Beyond that, by means of extending the renormalization group approach to the second order of perturbation, Sornette and Johansen [6] proposed the second-order LPPL "Landau" model to capture the evolution of stock prices over a longer precrash period, say seven to eight years, compared with the original LPPL model.
Intersection collision warning, lane merge warning, lane change alert, precrash sensing, traffic violation alert, and road condition alert are some examples.
The proactive passenger protection system (PreCrash) has also been refined.
The proactive passenger protection system called PreCrash has also been improved.
Of the four trim grades, the next-to- top SE Family does what it says on the box and includes a shedload of practical and safetyrelated kit, including stuff like a panoramic roof with integrated lighting, adaptive cruise control, sat nav with Car-Net Guide and Inform systems, a cargo management set up and PreCrash protection.