Did you know video footage can be used to survey an accident scene accurately? This is valuable in situations where it is to dangerous to physically survey the accident scene. This process is known as video projection mapping. Click the play button, or click the download publication button to learn more. If you have questions about this research, email Jim Marr at [email protected]
Smartphone apps have the ability to measure speed, velocity, elevation and location. As accident reconstructionists, we can utilize this information very effectively. The Kineticorp team explored the accuracy of this information. If you have questions about this research, email David Danaher at [email protected]
Did you know some vehicles record your texts, calls, and vehicle location when your phone is connected to your car? Accident Reconstructionists Will Bortles and Sean McDonough are exploring the capabilities and limitations of this technology. The official publication has been submitted for peer review and is expected to be published in April, 2017, through SAE (sae.org/).
Car accident witnesses are regularly asked to estimate distances in car lengths. Accident Reconstrucitonists, Neal Carter and Nathan Rose, explored the accuracy of these estimates. To request a copy of the actual publication and results, click the button below. If you have questions about this research, email Neal Carter at [email protected]