Mr. Bortles has been reconstructing accidents for over 10 years. His research is focused on analysis of information retrieved from event data recorders found in airbag control modules and engine control modules. Recent research includes vehicle systems forensics pertaining to infotainment and telematics systems.
As a mechanical engineer, Mr. Danaher has experience in the areas of mechanical design and operation. Mr. Danaher has extensive experience performing vehicle accident investigations throughout the United States.
Mr. Carter is a registered Professional Engineer and accredited Traffic Accident Reconstructionist. He specializes in accident reconstruction, vehicle crash data, and simulation. He has experience testifying as an accident reconstructionist.
Mr. Voitel worked as a Police Officer in California and Colorado, where he investigated over 2,300 traffic collisions. He has testified as an expert witness over 100 times, in both criminal and civil proceedings, in California, Colorado and Nevada courts.
Since 2003, Mr. Terpstra has focused his professional practice and research in creating visualization products based upon scientific data and physics. His experience and ongoing research has qualified him to testify as an expert in this area.
Mr. Neale has been developing technology and methodologies and publishing in the areas of accident reconstruction and forensic visualization for the past 16 years. Since 2004, Mr. Neale has testified and presented his work to judges and juries in federal and state courts including Nebraska, New York, Tennessee, California, Washington, Colorado.
As technology advances, so does our capability to communicate our findings to attorneys, judges, juries and other experts. Kineticorp is currently researching virtual reality as an effective communication medium by presenting virtual reality animations in mock courtroom settings.
Some later vehicle models give us access to potentially valuable information about the events leading up to the moment of impact, including location data and mobile phone activity. This data can be very valuable in compiling a timeline of the collision.