Analytic Engineering has the ability to retrieve the Crash Data stored in many modern
vehicles Inflatable Restraint Systems through the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval System.
This "Black Box" data can be very useful in determining causality in accident scenarios,
particularly when use in combination with traditional accident reconstruction techniques.
Vehicular Accident Reconstruction uses the information available after an accident
or "crash" event, in combination with applied mechanical properties and principles
to establish the cause(s) of the event. This information is gathered from a variety
of sources: witness recollections; configuration of the area; traffic control devices;
physical damage; occupant dynamics; weather conditions; lighting issues; vehicle
configuration, capabilities and condition; marks on the roadway; ...
The scientific fields involved are extensive and include:
Traffic Engineering - Among Others.
The interrelation of variables in an accident can be very complex, requiring appropriate
knowledge in the above fields. At Analytic Engineering, Vehicular Accident Reconstruction
is conducted by a Professional Engineer with specific training in the field.
The types of cases handled includes:
Traffic Control Plans
Line of Sight Issues
Lighting Conditions and Visibility
Cargo Loading and Securement
Roadway Friction Characteristics
Low Speed Impacts
Please contact Analytic Engineering to discuss your specific needs.