Swedish inventor who developed the three-point chair belt to keep passengers from soaring away of their cars during collisions. He was employed in aeronautics when Volvo recruited him to become their first main security engineer. Volvo was the 1st car to arrive standard along with his three-point chair belt. He was inducted in to the Country wide Inventors Hall of Popularity in 1985 as well as the Automotive Hall of Popularity in 1999. He previously two kids and two stepchildren with wife Maj-britt. He and Laszlo Biro had been two Europeans who have been inducted in to the U.S. Country wide Inventors Hall of Popularity.