This lunch & learn seminar will bring attendees up to speed on “black box” (EDR) basics, the latest advancements, and the EDRs of the future as the “safety brains” of driverless cars. We also discuss the types of vehicles with black boxes that can be accessed, the available crash data that can be downloaded, and how that data can be used effectively to answer common questions, such as:
- How fast was the vehicle travelling before impact?
- How severe was the crash?
- How reliable is the data?
- How was the data utilized in court?
The EDR’s idiosyncrasies and limitations will also be discussed, along with court-tested case studies, and of course, a Q&A session. Lunch is included at this free lunch & learn, but spaces are limited – so register today!
Note: This seminar is suited for insurance and legal professionals.
Location & Date
Date & Time
Wednesday, June 21st, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
1-225 Traders Blvd. E., Mississauga, ON
Shady Attalla, P.Eng.
Shady Attalla, P.Eng.,is an Crash Reconstructionist and the Technical Director of Kodsi Forensic Engineering. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Ontario and a Certified CDR Analyst. He has been an active member of the crash reconstruction industry since 2008, during which time he has been directly involved in more than 1200 technical investigations and has been the lead engineer in more than 700 technical investigations. Mr. Attalla’s experience ranges from investigating incidents involving automobiles, pedestrians, cyclists, motorcycles, to mechanical failures. Mr. Attalla is a published author and has qualified to provide expert evidence in the Ontario Court of Justice.
Lunch & Learn Registration
Registration is now open for this free lunch and learn. Spaces are limited, so reserve your seat now! The registration deadline is Wednesday, June 7, 2017 (or until spaces fill up).
To enroll, simply fill out the form below and click the “register now” button.