Ambulance Visibility
Emergency vehicle conspicuity research on livery, warning lights and
high visibility markings - photos, technical information & newsletters by John Killeen  

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DOCUMENT INDEX 
A comprehensive resource for the latest worldwide research  
 
 
 
 
Note:
Some documents are cross-referenced and may appear several times across different subjects
 
 
 
Key Conspicuity & Visibility reports - CLICK HERE
 
Research by Ambulance Visibility  - CLICK HERE
 
David Green's collection - CLICK HERE
 
Authors Listing - CLICK HERE
Stephen S Solomon
Martin Langham
Graham Hole
Michael Flannigan 
Sharon Cook
Malcolm Palmer 
Johan Granlund, Stefan Hedlof and Tommy Nilsson: Sweden - CLICK HERE 
ICE Documents
Marc Green
Bryan Bledsoe 
 

 
Vehicle Colour - CLICK HERE
Including Police Black & Whites
 
Battenburg - UK emergency services markings - CLICK HERE
 
Fluorescent and Reflective markings - CLICK HERE
 
Warning Lights - CLICK HERE
 
Amber and Steady-Burn Warning Lights - CLICK HERE
 
Chevron Markings - CLICK HERE
 
Accidents and Looked But Failed to See - CLICK HERE
 
Effects - Wake effect, Moth effect, Advancing/Receding illusion - CLICK HERE
 
Sirens - CLICK HERE
 
Cognitive Conspicuity - CLICK HERE
 
DRL's - CLICK HERE
 
Motorcycle Conspicuity - CLICK HERE
 
Clothing and PPE - CLICK HERE
 
 
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