by Nathan Rose, Director and Principal at Kineticorp Seven Principles An animation can provide tremendous value to a jury by making an expert’s opinions more understandable. In this article, I will give you 7 principles for producing credible and admissible animations for use in depositions, mediations, settlement conferences, and… read more →
Last week, Nathan Rose sat down with Will Bortles of Kineticorp to discuss the research he just published at the 2017 Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress. Here is a transcript of their discussion and what this research means to accident reconstruction. This research relates to methods for acquiring data from… read more →
While “the ability to explain technical information in a non technical way” is considered the most important trait of an expert witness, you shouldn’t be afraid to explain your credentials to a jury. In Ep3 of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table, Accident Reconstructionist, Nathan Rose, discusses the the importance of… read more →
Communicating with a jury is a unique experience, but one that need not trip up your expert. In Ep2 of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table, Accident Reconstructionist, Nathan Rose, offers 5 tips for being an effective expert witness. Click below to listen.
Virtual reality is no longer associated with just gaming and entertainment. Industries such as journalism, medicine and education are exploring ways this new technology can be utilized. Kineticorp is currently developing virtual reality as an effective communication tool which can be used in the courtroom. In Ep1 of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science… read more →
KINETICORP’S TRAINED DRONE PILOTS Congratulations to the Kineticorp staff who recently became certified pilots for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS, aka drones) by passing the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Part 107 Remote Pilot Knowledge Test: Neal Carter and Nathan McKelvey. Additional members of our staff are preparing for the FAA… read more →