Computer simulation of accident conditions.

Demo to generate crush similar to accident vehicles.


Crash Dynamics

The pre and post impact speeds & motions of the vehicles can be determined using:

  • Vehicle crush damage
  •  Physical evidence on the roadway
  •  Vehicle points of rest
  • Computer simulations

Analysis are performed on accidents involving:

  • Passenger cars
  • Sport Utility vehicles
  • Trucks & trailers
  • Motorcycles
  • Pedestrians

NHTSA crash test.


Crash Severity

The severity of a crash can be quantified by velocity changes and accelerations obtained by analysis of:

  • Direct measurement of the damaged vehicles
  • Photographic analysis techniques
  • Vehicle "Black Box" data retrieval
  • Case specific crash tests
  • Computer simulations
  • NHTSA crash tests
  • Our library of  tests

Occupant motion for far side impact.

Witness marks from seat belt loading.


Occupant Motion

Occupant motions are a key component for biomechanics analysis.  Occupant kinematics can be determined by forensic analysis of the following:

  • Seatbelt marks
  • Injury patterns
  • Interior witness marks
  • Kinematics simulation

Trailer accross roadway in fog.

Jogger in roadway ahead.


Visibility Analysis

Visibility is a key factor in many collisions.  The question of what and when could a driver see are answered typically by direct on site studies.  In some instances simulations are required  because of environmental reasons.  Studies and analysis can be conducted for:

  • Curve sight lines
  • Night time
  • Fog
  • Sun glare