One of ARCCA’s premier experts, Shawn Harrington, BSESM, will be giving a 2-hour presentation (2pm to 4pm) at the IASIU Pittsburgh Chapter Seminar on February 15th at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, PA. His topic will be “Vehicle Infotainment & Telematic Systems – The Cutting Edge Source of Vehicle and Occupant Data”.
Vehicle Systems Forensics is an exciting new technology that can be used to reconstruct accidents and fight fraud, including suspect stolen vehicle losses, arson investigations and more. It offers a new look into the actions of vehicle performance & driver interaction with the digital world inside a vehicle. Vehicle infotainment and telematics systems store vast amounts of data such as recent destinations, SMS messages, call logs, favorite locations, contact lists, emails, pictures, audio, social media feeds and, if equipped, navigation histories. Many systems can even store when/where a vehicle’s lights were turned on, when/where a door was opened/closed, when/where Bluetooth devices were disconnected, and odometer readings with date and time histories.
Shawn Harrington was Director of Accident Reconstruction at ARCCA. He is accredited as a Traffic Accident Reconstructionist, has a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), and operates and inspects Heavy Trucks. In addition, he is certified to retrieve Event Data (“Black Box” information) in both commercial and passenger vehicles. He is also certified to acquire and analyze data from Vehicle Infotainment and Telematics systems and specializes in documenting evidence utilizing 3-D laser scanning. In addition, he consults with the National Hockey League as an investigator on a Research & Development program to evaluate player safety within the sport.
Dave Tocci, Regional Manager, will be joining Shawn at IASIU. Simply email them if you would like to set up a time to meet – (Shawn) firstname.lastname@example.org or (Dave) email@example.com.
For further information regarding how to register for the Seminar, click here for IASIU’s registration form –REGISTRATION – IASIU PITTSBURGH