IINB-Understanding Event Data Recorder& Video Analysis

Understanding Event Data Recorder& Video Analysis

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Date and Time: May 30, 2019 9:00 a.m AST - 12:00 p.m AST
Speaker(s):
Stephen Robinson, .
Contrast Engineering Limited

DON'T MISS IT !

Here's a Great Seminar/Webinar On how Event Data Recorders and Video Analysis could help you in your understanding and handling of a claim!

This presentation will not make you an expert in crash data nor video analysis, but will give you a better understanding of what you can obtain from this type of data; and how it can help you in your handling of a claim. We’ll look at event data recorders in passenger vehicles that record data when a collision occurs.We’ll look at GPS devices and what type of data they store.We’ll touch on smartphone data and what kind of data can be helpful in some of them. With so many cellphones out there now with cameras, dashcams in vehicles, and security cameras, we’ll look at what can be done from video captured by one of these devices. We’ll also talk briefly about what other types of useful data can be found in a typical passenger vehicle.This will come from a crash investigation

Stephen R. Robinson, P.Eng  Is a 30+ year’s experienced licensed professional engineer. He obtained his Civil Engineering degree in 1988. His experience includes Structural Engineering, Traffic and Transportation Engineering, Highway and Roadway design, and general Civil Engineering. In 1997 he began his training in Accident Reconstruction and from that point forward, left the traditional side of the engineering industry to become involved in the Forensic Engineering side of the business.  He also joined Contrast Engineering Limited and most of his work comes under the Accident Reconstruction umbrella. He is also a Fire and Explosion Investigator, and works various civil and structural engineering investigations. Involved in investigations and subsequent trials, he is in conjunction with the Provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Stephen is one of the leading authorities in Atlantic Canada. In the last two years, he has been working with the Institute of Police Technology & Management (IPTM) of the University of North Florida, teaching the analysis of vehicle crash data to Law Enforcement and Engineers all over North America. He is a qualified Expert in Accident Reconstruction in courts in NB, NS and NFL. He has also been qualified as an expert in Highway Engineering in courts in NB and NS. He also leads a beautiful family life with his wife Aileen, his two children Holly and Matt and not to forget his French bull dog Bailey.


Date: Thursday May 30th, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m AST- 12:00 p.m AST

Member: $70.00
Non Member: $80.00

No Refunds. Subsitutes welcome.

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Fee Description Amount
Member $70.00
Non-Member $80.00