Collision Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1 (digital copy)

Collision Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1 (digital copy)

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Collision Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1, the premiere edition, was released in the Spring of 2006. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the speaker presentations (in PDF format) of the first EDR Summit.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • The Accuracy of Speed Recorded by an SDM and the Effects on Brake, YAW, and other Factors
    by Timothy Reust, James Morgan

  • Analysis of the GM Sensing and Diagnostic Module in 360-degree Linear Momentum Collisions
    by Weston Brown

  • Motor Vehicle Event Data Recorders: Validation and Use of Data for Admission to the Court
    by Guy Barbera, Olof Jacobson, Bastiaan Cornelissen, Christopher Thomas, Donald Anderson

  • A Review of Various ACM Module Types and Data Recorded
    by Charles Veppert

  • Rational Legislative and Organizational Policy for Automotive Event Data Recorders
    by William Messerschmidt

  • Practical Aspects of CDR Using the Vetronix Crash Data Retrieval System
    by George Hall, PE

  • Motorcycle Collinear Collisions Involving Motor Vehicles Equipped with EDRs
    by Roman Beck, David Casteel, Ed Phillips, Jerry Eubanks, Doug English

  • CASE STUDY: Knowing What to Look for and How to Find It
    by Rusty Haight

2006 EDR Summit Presentations:

  • Vetronix CDR System Update
    Vetronix
  • Incorporating CDR Services in an Existing Forensic Practice
    George Hall
  • Implementing Policy for Crash Data Retrieval
    Bill Messerschmidt
  • CDR as a tool for Intelligent Transportation Systems and Human Factors Issues
    Jeff Muttart
  • A Review of Various ACM Module Types and Data Recorded
    Charles Veppert
  • Motorcycle Collinear Collisions Involving Motor Vehicles Equipped With Event Data Recorders
    Roman Beck
  • Analysis of the GM Sensing and Diagnostic Module in 360o Linear Momentum Collisions: Real Case Analysis
    Weston Brown
  • CDR Data Presentation and Validation in Legal Proceedings
    Olof Jacobson
  • Legal implications of data collection
    Various Panel Discussion
  • A Comparison of Airbag Control Modules to Flight Data Recorders; the ‘Black Box’ Misperception
    Paul Mackey
  • Investigation into the Durability of ACMs
    Wade Bartlett
  • Quantifying Uncertainties in Ford and General Motors Event Data Recorders
    Craig Wilkinson
  • The Accuracy of Speed Recorded by an SDM and the Effects of Brake and Yaw Events
    Tim Reust
  • Overview of New GM Modules Using CAN Bus Technology
    Don Floyd
  • Practical Applications for CDR Gathered CAN Bus Data
    Brad Muir