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Steve Taranovich

Creating sound for Electric Vehicle safety

Steve Taranovich
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steve.taranovich
10/17/2018 12:29:58 PM
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Hi Stephen,

Yes, it's all about safety really and we, as engineers, need to make this planet a better place by using our talents.

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StephenGiderson
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10/17/2018 2:27:51 AM
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hi
I really never would have thought about the implications of needing noises coming from your engine but a lot of what is said here actually couldn't be more serious! Good thing that the whole electric system should be easily rigged enough for us to get the proper checks and warnings to be put into the proper places so as to keep people informed of any hazards or dangers under the hood. It's really quite wonderful that that little provision has been thought of isn't it?

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