Video Transcription Photogrammetry Simplified William: Maximus, would you like to help me with an experiment? Um, yeah! Kineticorp uses a lot of interesting tools to do our analysis. One of the tools we use is called ‘photogrammetry.’ It’s not new technology. It’s actually old. It relies on the laws of… read more →
Transcription Neal Carter: The DriveCam data is a great way to find some information about a case very efficiently. If we have this DriveCam data we can get to a point where we’re telling a client something relevant to a case in, terms of speed and severity, a lot quicker.… read more →
5 years after a car accident occurred, Kineticorp was hired to help the service department of an auto dealer accused of releasing a vehicle with a missing washer while servicing a truck’s brakes. Kineticorp found crucial evidence exonerating the service department demonstrating our unparalleled attention to detail and commitment to… read more →
People use smartphones and fitness apps everyday to track their accomplishments in distance, time, calories, and heart rate. In order to track this data, these apps also track acceleration and speed, two measurements utilized in accident reconstruction. Kineticorp Accident Reconstructionists wanted to understand the accuracy of these apps to determine… read more →
When protruding Lug Studs sideswipe the side of another vehicle, specific geometric patterns appear. What happens when two wheels sideswipe during an accident? The resulting patterns may be analyzed and attributed to vehicle speeds and behavior before during and after an accident. Kineticorp’s Will Bortles discusses his research and explains… read more →
Kineticorp’s Nathan McKelvey discusses motorcycle headlamp research and how this research pertains to accident cases.
3D vehicle scans have become a vital component in accurate and credible accident reconstruction. Sean McDonough shares a bit about our procedure in acquiring vehicle exemplar scans. For any further information on our scanning capabilities or our procedures, please contact Sean McDonough.
In this Kineticorp research video, Neal Carter, Martin Randolph and Nathan Rose calculate the Center of Gravity Height Analysis of a large SUV. This analysis will aid in the reconstruction of roll over cases and other applicable instances. “When we are analyzing a roll over case, for instance, that is… read more →
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 →