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New Automotive Crash Test Dummies Market Research Highlights Recovery Path for Businesses from COVID-19 based on the Type – Male Crash Test Dummies, Female Crash Test Dummies, and Child Crash Test Dummies| Technavio

New Automotive Crash Test Dummies Market Research Highlights Recovery Path for Businesses from COVID-19 based on the Type – Male Crash Test Dummies, Female Crash Test Dummies, and Child Crash Test Dummies| Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The new Automotive Crash Test Dummies Market Research from Technavio indicates Negative and Inferior growth in the short term as the business impact of COVID-19 spreads.

“One of the primary growth drivers for this market is the emergence of autonomous and connected vehicles,” says a senior analyst for the Consumer Discretionary industry at Technavio. In recent years, automobiles have witnessed notable automation such as automatic door lock system, automatic heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, automatic wiper systems, and automatic transmission system. This development in the automotive industry has paved the need for vehicles that are completely autonomous. However, connected vehicles and autonomous vehicles need to be tested in different accident scenarios. These testing methods require crash test dummies for analyzing the impact, which, in turn, will augment the growth prospects of this market. As the markets recover Technavio expects the automotive crash test dummies market size to grow by USD 4.06 million during the period 2020-2024.

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Automotive Crash Test Dummies Segment Highlights for 2020

  • The automotive crash test dummies market is expected to post a year-over-year growth rate of -5.87%.
  • Male crash test dummies dominated the market in 2019.
  • The concept of automotive crash testing was adopted from military vehicle or aircraft crash testing. Therefore, most existing crash test dummies are physically fit male crash test dummies.
  • However, the increasing average weight of a male across the world has compelled the automotive crash test dummies manufacturers to design and develop different types of male dummies that vary in body structure.
  • The use of such dummies has increased the demand for crash test dummies in this segment. Therefore, market growth in this segment will be
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U.S. attorneys’ ranks’ diversity at nadir under Donald Trump, top federal prosecutors overwhelmingly white, male

U.S. attorneys’ ranks’ diversity at nadir under Donald Trump, top federal prosecutors overwhelmingly white, male

The nation’s top federal prosecutors have become less diverse under President Donald Trump than under his three predecessors, leaving white men overwhelmingly in charge at a time of national demonstrations over racial inequality and the fairness of the criminal justice system.

Analyzing government data from nearly three decades, The Associated Press found that a persistent lack of diversity in the ranks of U.S. attorneys has reached a nadir in the Trump administration. Eighty-five percent of his Senate-confirmed U.S attorneys are white men, according to AP’s analysis, compared with 58% in Democratic President Barack Obama’s eight years, 73% during Republican George W. Bush’s two terms and, at most, 63% under Democrat Bill Clinton.

White men lead 79 of the 93 U.S. attorney’s offices, including the Chicago office headed by U.S. Attorney John Lausch, in a country where they make up less than a third of the population. Nine current U.S. attorneys are women, two are Black and two Hispanic.

Federal prosecutors can have a profound effect on the criminal justice system, and the leadership of those offices holds immense sway. Without a diverse group considering cases, bias can seep into charging decisions and sentencing recommendations, undermine federal leadership with state and local law enforcement and chip away at the perceived legitimacy of the justice system.

The enduring imbalance leaves U.S. attorneys looking less like the people they serve and is in stark contrast to the population of federal prisons, where a disproportionate share of those incarcerated are Black.

Eight-five percent of President Donald Trump’s Senate-confirmed U.S attorneys are white men, compared with 58% in Democratic President Barack Obama’s eight years, 73% during Republican George W. Bush’s two terms and, at most, 63% under Democrat Bill Clinton.

Eight-five percent of President Donald Trump’s Senate-confirmed U.S attorneys are white men, compared with 58% in Democratic President Barack Obama’s eight years, 73% during Republican George W. Bush’s two terms and, at most, 63% under Democrat Bill Clinton.
John Minchillo / AP file

“When you take it in the aggregate, it becomes very

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