Communication in the courtroom is key for any expert witness. Founding Partner and Accident Reconstruction Expert, William Neale, utilizes a large-scale accident reconstruction models or full-scale accident reconstruction model can help attorneys, judges and juries better understand complicated concepts. This is a behind the scenes look into William Neale’s process when… read more →
Scene Mapping Research with UAVs – Drones and UAVs are becoming an increasingly popular form of scene documentation for reconstructing accidents and other crashes. Recently, Neal Carter and Nathan McKelvey researched which drones models produce the best results when photogrammetric methods are used to build 3D point clouds based on… read more →
Modern technology is allowing forensic engineers and animators new possibilities for locating evidence and camera positions in 3D space. Toby Terpstra discusses a new method for such documentation by using a mobile application designed and built by Steven Beier. Learn More Video Transcription Coming soon…
Justin Holderness sits down with Nathan Rose as they discuss the first chapter of Nathan’s recently published book that covers rollover accident reconstruction. To learn more about the book or to purchase a copy, click here. To listen to more of our podcasts, or to sign up for updates, visit… read more →
Nathan Rose, William Neale, Neal Carter and Martin Randolph conducted research and testing to study the similarities and differences between three wheeled and two wheeled motorcycle characteristics and dynamics. The team will analyze the data collected from this testing and publish the results through the Society of Automotive Engineers. Stay… read more →
Documentation of accident scenes is an essential part of gathering accurate data for reconstruction. Neal Carter talks about some of the technological history of accident scene documentation from survey stations and total stations to 3D scanners and UAV/drone photogrammetry. Learn More Video Transcription Coming soon…
Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness sits down with Attorney Shawn Eady of Montgomery Little & Soran to discuss some of the tips he has about finding the best expert for your cases. To listen to more of our podcasts, or to sign up for updates, visit our podcast page.
Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness holds a discussion with Noel Lowden about the similarities and differences among accident reconstructionists in the United States and the United Kingdom. To listen to more of our podcasts, or to sign up for updates, visit our podcast page.
This episode of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table features guest Sean Olson, who sat down with Justin Holderness to discuss some of his principles and techniques for utilizing courtroom experts as part of trial presentations. To listen to more of our podcasts, or to sign up for updates, visit our… read more →
In this episode of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness sits down with accident reconstructionist Lou Peck to discuss some of the nuances and techniques used when reconstructing accidents involving motorcycles and how motorcycle EDRs (event data recorders) may aid in motorcycle accident reconstruction. To listen to more… read more →