The suitability of internal combustion engine sounds as artificial warning sounds for electric and hybrid vehicles

@inproceedings{Bolkovac2014TheSO,
  title={The suitability of internal combustion engine sounds as artificial warning sounds for electric and hybrid vehicles},
  author={Ivan Bolkovac and Marko Horvat and Kristian Jambrosic and Hrvoje Domitrovic},
  year={2014}
}
The paper discusses the issue of adding artificial warning sounds to hybrid and fully electric vehicles, in order to increase traffic safety by making these vehicles audible at low speeds. The goal of this modification is to enable the pedestrians to perceive possible danger coming from such a vehicle in time to respond accordingly. Following the results of previous research which state that the sounds of internal combustion engines are valid candidates for artificial warning sounds to be added… CONTINUE READING

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