Collision Magazine Volume 13, Issue 1 (digital edition)

Collision Magazine Volume 13, Issue 1 (digital edition)

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Collision Magazine Volume 13, Issue 1 was released in the Spring of 2019. In addition to the research articles, this issue also includes the 2019 EDR Summit speaker presentations in PDF format.

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Articles included in this issue:

  • Crashology
    by Wes Vandiver and Robert Anderson

  • Vehicle System Forensics for Crash Reconstruction
    by Wes Vandiver and Robert Anderson

  • Dash Camera Video Velocity Analysis
    by Adam Cybanski

  • Power Loss Issues Related To Edr Data In 2013-2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300 And Zx-6R Motorcycles
    by Edward C. Fatzinger Jr.

  • The Impact Of Nonlinear Boundary Geometry Considerations In Regards To Residual Damage Based Model Coefficients, Equivalent Barrier Speed And Internal Work Absorbed
    by Jai Singh

  • Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Photogrammetry vs. Total Station
    by Joseph Weadon

  • My Turn at the Wheel: ” Driver’s Early Arrival at the Scene Caused Accident?”
    by Erik Carlsson

  • Motorcycle Accident Reconstruction: Applicable Error Rates for Struck Vehicle EDR-Reported Delta-V
    by Nathan Rose, William Bortles, Neal Carter

  • Documenting A High Speed, Rear End, Partial Overlap, Crash Test Of A Large Sedan & Stationary Commercial Trailer
    by Craig Proctor-Parker

2019 EDR Summit Presentations:

  • EDR and U‐Haul 26‐ft Box Trucks.
    Scott Poblieglo and Michael Mikhailov, U‐Haul International 
  • Analyzing Steering, Yaw and Lateral Accel Stability Control System Data.
    Richard Ruth, Ruth Consulting
  • Update on Reconstruction of Autonomous Vehicle and ADAS Technology.
    Alan Moore, P.E., A.B. Moore Forensic Engineering
  • Velocity Analysis from Video Cameras.
    Adam Cybanski, Gyro Flight & Safety Analysis and Shane Lock, NTSB
  • Tesla EDR Case Studies & Reconstruction Techniques.
    Robert Anderson, Biomechanics Analysis and Weston Brown, Scottsdale PD
  • A Generational Review of Collision Mitigation Systems in Heavy Vehicles.
    Michael DiTallo, Dynamic Safety and Matthew DiSogra, Delta V Forensic Engineers
  • Validation and Analysis of Vehicle Speed Data Acquired with the Berla iVe System.
    Wes Vandiver, Collision and Injury Dynamics
  • Infotainment and EDR Correlation.
    Shawn Harrington, ARCCA
  • Car Fire = No EDR, Infotainment, or other Electronic Data? And EDR Reprogramming.
    Mike Stogsdill, Collision Reconstruction Services
  • CDR Technician Troubleshooting Advanced Data Collection Techniques.
    Kent Boots, Factualdiagrams.com
  • Determining Vehicle Speed from An Audio Recording.
    Alan Moore, P.E., A.B. Forensic Engineering
  • Impact Dynamics of Passenger Vehicle in Guardrail and Guardrail End Terminal Crashes.
    Lawrence Wilson, Wilson Consulting
  • Motorcycle Accident Reconstruction-Incorporating Struck Vehicle EDR Data.
    Nathan Rose, Kinecorp
  • Applications Beyond Impact Speed.
    Rusty Haight, Collision Safety Institute