Event Data Recorder Quick Reference Guide
Available in our lastest edition of On-Scene
Data Commonly Collected by Current Event Data Recorders
- Vehicle speed
- Collision severity
- Brake, throttle, and steering inputs
- Seatbelt usage
- Airbag system status and deployment information
- Anti-lock brake, stability control, and traction control activity
- Rollover data
- Advanced driver assistance functionality
Specific data recorded varies by vehicle.
Data collected from Event Data Recorders (EDRs) should be used together with traditional reconstruction techniques and can provide insights into a collision not available from other physical evidence.
EDRs have been proven to be accurate in most circumstances, but their data must be scrutinized to prevent misinterpretation.
Our experts are trained to download and interpret EDR data. We have the expertise to properly use this technology in analyzing incidents from minor rear-end impacts to complex, multi-vehicle highway collisions.
Contact Collision Analysis to determine how Event Data Recorders can assist your case and to receive your copy of the quick reference guide.
Watch for our next segment, Heavy Vehicle Event Data Recorder Quick Reference Guide!
Also see: Passenger Vehicle Event Data Recorders, On-Scene, Fall 2017.
AAIA Convention and Trade Show 2019
May 24 - 25
Red Deer, Alberta
The Alberta Association of Insurance Adjusters is holding their annual Convention and Trade Show this Friday and Saturday at the Cambridge Hotel and Convention Centre in Red Deer. Check out thier webiste for more information. www.albertaadjusters.ca
We welcome all attendees to stop by the Collision Analysis booth to chat about how we can help you with your collision and injury claims or to arrange one of our free seminars. While you’re there, be sure enter your name for our prize draw!
We hope to see you there!
Providing Forensic Consulting Services Since 1979
April 17, 2019 officially marks our 40th Anniversary!
We thank all our clients for their support, some of whom have been with us from the beginning. We look forward to cultivating our relationships with our current clients and building new ones in the years to come!
Steve Thannhauser, M.Sc., P.Eng., CFEI, CVFI
Congratulations to Steve Thannhauser on marking his 10th year with Collision Analysis! Steve joined us after completing his graduate studies in Biomedical Engineering following an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Steve has since attained his Professional Engineering status, become a Certified Vehicle Fire Investigator, and taken specialized training in human factors investigations. He consults on both collision reconstruction and biomechanical injury investigation files. Steve is also the lead investigator of our Transport Canada defect and collision investigations team.
Collision Analysis is proud to offer Steve’s services to our clients.