Google has successfully patented “bonnet sticky”

Patent and Trademark Office finally approved Google application for a patent on a special coating, which is in collision with a pedestrian last sticks to the bonnet, thereby protecting it from further damage. Note that Google filed this application as early as 2014. American Development Corporation is a layer of special glue, which is applied to the front of the car, and then closes the other is not sticky coating layers. The latter are a kind of likeness of the egg shell, which is destroyed on impact, and adhesive emerges out. Representatives of Google pointed out that in a collision at first pedestrian hits the hood, and then hits the windshield, roadway and other vehicles, but the adhesive coating designed to avoid them “repetitive beats”, firmly locking the victim on the hood. It is assumed that the first “sticky hood” get Google unmanned vehicles.

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