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Electric vehicles too quiet? Volvo Buses has a solution for that

The detection system will alert people that may not hear an oncoming vehicle One main concern about electric vehicles is that they’re just too quiet. Without the whirring of a traditional engine, a pedestrian or a cyclist may not hear an oncoming bus in time to move out of the way. To address this issue, Volvo Buses has released a new detection system that uses a camera to monitor a bus’s surroundings.
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