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An Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS) is implemented in hybrid (HEVs), plug-in hybrid (PHEVs), and full battery electric vehicles (BEVs) to send audible vehicle warnings and alert weaker road users (pedestrians or cyclists) to the presence of an electric drive vehicle.
The "AVAS sound" is active at low speeds. Especially in the lowest speed range from 0 to approx. 30 km/h and when reversing. Since the rolling noise of the vehicle tires already dominates between 20 km/h and 30 km/h, the AVAS can also regulate the sound down again from this speed onwards

More than just AVAS: the sound of mobility

What does the mobility of the future sound like? How do feedback, warning and alarm signals (UI / UX sounds) sound in the cockpit and which information and emotions should be transported through the sounds? Sounds like an electric motor like a combustion or a hybrid engine – keyword AVAS (Acoustic Vehicle Alerting Systems). What role do auditory stimuli play in autonomous driving and how important will they be in present and future mobility concepts like e bikes, e scooter or air taxis?

Our Services

Our range of services includes consulting, conception, sound prototyping and the final UI / UX sound design for all areas from connectivity applications (microinteraction sounds) to interior sounds (earcons, notifications or warnings) to drive sounds for EVs (electric vehicles, AVAS). Especially in the field of autonomous driving level 3 & 4 we are currently dealing with the topics Voice-UX-Design (VUI / VUX) as well as Data-Sonification and Adaptive UI / UX-Sounds.