Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
The Commercial Movers have been revealing new technologies like wildfire. In the coming weeks, the commercial moving service will add new airbag features to its fleet of rigs. Experts expect this new feature to be appropriately paired with the new augmented reality dashboards that were previously announced.
Tom Pinkus, a spokesperson for The Commercial Movers, suggested that the airbags would be used in new and innovative ways. "We are adding additional airbags to the inside cabin of our moving trucks. Airbags will be placed pretty much anyplace you can think of. They'll deploy in front of you. They'll deploy up against the side windows in case they shatter. This will help prevent injuries to the eyes, which are among the most common in roadside collisions. Airbags will also deploy underneath the dashboard and around your legs, and underneath you."
More interestingly, however, airbags will also deploy outside of the vehicle. It was discovered that simply having the small cushion of air can help reduce up to two tons of pressure per square foot, which would significantly reduce damage to smaller vehicles in the case of collision. It has been suggested that this change would significantly reduce injury and damage in major highway pileups.
The extra airbags would deploy at the forefront and behind the vehicle. Although it is still being discussed and researched, the possibility of deploying airbags underneath the vehicle in order to slow it down before impact exists as well. All these airbags will nevertheless be monitored by the new augmented reality displays that are being implemented at select locations around the country. The Commercial Movers are expected to be the first commercial moving service to offer this advancement.
The augmented reality dashboard will monitor exterior conditions, such as speed in comparison to other vehicles on the road. Using wireless data and high definition cameras all over the exterior of the truck, information is constantly gathered and the driver is updated as necessary. In essence, the need for driver response time is thought to be greatly reduced.
More information is available at http://thecommercialmovers.com/. In the coming months, expect videos of these new technologies and others to be added to our gallery. Updates will be provided via our social media profiles, so don't hesitate to connect to those. Also, feel free to take advantage of the free, no obligation quotes for a basic estimate and cost comparisons based on the nature of your move.
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