Dr. Wolfe is a forensic scientist and accident reconstructionist specializing in the reconstruction of motor vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle collisions. He specializes in collisions involving nighttime recognition and conspicuity issues, including headlight mapping of vehicles, illumination from roadway lighting, and nighttime photography. He is certified as a BOSCH Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) technician, and is experienced in documenting evidence utilizing three-dimensional laser scanning.
Dan relies on his educational background in electrical engineering and physics to understand the operation and functionality of vehicle sensors such as, light detection and ranging (LiDAR), millimeter wave, infrared, and optical cameras.
Dan specializes in accident reconstruction, EDR (Black Box) imaging and analysis, pedestrian/bicycle accident analysis, human factors, and nighttime visibility/conspicuity issues.
In addition, he also consults with the National Hockey League on issues of player safety.
After receiving his B.S. in Engineering with a minor in Mathematics at James Madison University, Dr. Wolfe went on to earn his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Delaware, Newark.