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The direct safety of passengers and pedestrians plays an increasingly major role in the development of new vehicles. It is also approved by some "crash tests" on the real vehicle, based on regulations which are still relatively new. It is important for the designer to identify as early as possible within the CAD System those areas which have to be checked by means of crash tests. With regard to the protection of pedestrians, these include the bonnet and the windscreen, and certain areas in the interior of the vehicle in the case of head impact. The size and position on these areas depends on the vehicle parameters but also on the vehicle geometry in particular.
CAVA Safety provides the user with CAVA features, which calculate these areas and create these as CAVA geometry within CATIA. This informs the constructor of the critical areas early on in the process.
As with all CAVA features, there is a link to the vehicle data, so that the data is (automatically) updated with some modifications.