Dynamic automatic suppression system

Dynamic automatic suppression system (DASS) means a portion of an air bag system that automatically controls whether or not the air bag deploys during a crash by:
(1) Sensing the location of an occupant, moving or still, in relation to the air bag;
(2) Interpreting the occupant characteristics and location information to determine whether or not the air bag should deploy; and
(3) Activating or suppressing the air bag system based on the interpretation of characteristics and occupant location information.


49 CFR § 552.12

Scoping language

For purposes of this subpart, the following definitions apply:

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