Now more than ever, digital data such as cell phone use (text, calls, etc), GPS track logs, and various recorded vehicle events can shed light on an incident – particularly when you have a suspicious or a tort claim on your hands. The most cutting edge forensic automotive technology can now give claims and legal professionals more information that historically was not recorded by EDR/black boxes or diagnostic trouble codes. At this lunch and learn you will learn about:
- Infotainment system downloads: the emerging technology, what it is, how its evolved, and how forensic experts can acquire the data.
- Case examples: how infotainment system data can be utilized for MVAs, alleged thefts and recoveries, vandalism, etc.
Infotainment systems’ limitations will also be discussed, and there will be 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 (claims, risk, SIU) and legal professionals.
Date & Location
Date & Time
Thursday, November 14, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
1-225 Traders Blvd. E., Mississauga, ON
Richard Robertson, P.Eng.
Richard Robertson, P.Eng., holds a Bachelor of Engineering from McMaster University and is a registered Professional Engineer in Ontario. He is also a certified CDR Operator & Analyst and Berla Certified Vehicle Systems Technician & Analyst. He has been an active member in the accident reconstruction industry since 1991 and has been involved in more than 1900 technical investigations. His case work is focused on preserving scene and vehicle evidence, and preparing CAD drawings and other demonstrative evidence including photography, photogrammetry, animations, charts, and graphs. He also has extensive experience analyzing collisions involving pedestrians and cyclists. Mr. Robertson has been qualified to provide expert evidence in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.
Lunch & Learn Registration
Registration is now open for this free lunch and learn which takes place on Thursday, November 14, 2019. Spaces are limited, so reserve your seat now! The registration deadline is Tuesday, November 12, 2019 (or until spaces fill up).
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