Crash Reconstruction

Precision hardware and software can be used to reconstruct a wider range of incidents and events. The more data collected at the scene of the incident, the more detailed the analyses and, thus, the stronger the conclusions. Our ARU team uses the following tools during investigations:

  • Electronic Total Work Station – precision measuring equipment used to capture specific scene measurements for diagrams and mathematic calculations
  • Point Cloud Scanners – precision measuring equipment used to capture millions of scene measurements for diagrams and mathematic calculations (video is overlaid)
  • Forensic CAD – measurement collection equipment used to create 3-D, 2-D, and animated diagrams (if it can be measured, it can be drawn)
  • Mathematic Software – software used to assist with calculating forces at work during an event (e.g., speeds, momentum, time/distance analysis
  • Video Analysis/Enhancement – surveillance equipment used to analyze the following:
    • Time/distance (any moving object or objects)
    • Sequence of events
    • Overall incident timing
    • Potential fraudulent claims

The most critical tool of all is our Collision Reconstruction Experts. They collect, analyze, and interpret available data to offer expert opinions regarding causation and liability.

See our drones in action:

Crash Data Retrieval

Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Drone Demo Avalon’s Accident Reconstruction

Accident Reconstruction Drone

Accident Reconstruction Drone – Short