The Sound of Safety

Electric vehicle safety EVS elecectric vehicle sounder

Brigade Electronics is pleased to announce the launch of the new Electric Vehicle Sounder.

With electric vehicles becoming commonplace, the danger these quieter vehicles pose to vulnerable road users (VRU) increases. Brigade’s Electric Vehicle Sounder mimics the sound of an internal combustion engine at low speeds allowing VRU’s to instantly locate where the sound is coming from and take evasive action.

Studies have concluded that electric vehicles pose a danger to VRU’s, increasing the risk of incidents with pedestrians by up to 80%. Brigade’s patented bbs-tek® technology uses a multi-frequency sound which is directional and easily locatable meaning that the sound is only heard when it matters – in the hazard zone.

Why fit an Electric Vehicle Sounder?

  • Reduce the risk of collisions with vulnerable road users
  • Warn VRU’s an electric vehicle is approaching when driving at low speeds
  • Comply with both US and UN standards

Why Brigade’s System?

bbs-tek® patented technology

1. Multi-frequency sound

2. Directional and locatable – the sound is only heard in the hazard zone

  • Front and rear speaker solution
  • Pitch and volume increase with speed to mimic an internal combustion engine
  • Sound cuts out above a given speed threshold
  • Designed for the electric CV & PSV Market

 

More information

Download the Electric Vehicle Sounder leaflet

Find your nearest distributor and/or service provider of  Brigade’s Electric Vehicle Sounder

 

Electric Vehicle Sounder case studies

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SEAB Bolzano and Brigade Electronics: Over forty years of safety and service

Soilmec install Brigade’s Elite camera monitor system and bbs-tek® reversing alarms

Quadrifoglio reduce noise pollution & improve vehicle safety for refuse trucks in city centre

Palletways Sees Huge Benefits From Fitting Brigade’s Mobile Digital Recording System

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