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 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.
• 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 MVA’s, alleged thefts and recoveries, vandalism etc.
• Infotainment systems’ limitations will also be discussed.
• Q&A Session
Audience: Claims, risk, SIU and legal professionals
Kenneth Cowie , B.Sc.E. Forensic Engineering Specialist, Kodsi Forensic Engineering
Kodsi Engineering is an industry leading, Canada-wide crash reconstruction and forensic engineering service provider. Kenneth’s specialties includes collision reconstruction, roadway safety and design. He is Kodsi’s Atlantic Canada expert and actively participates in education efforts through research, training, and speaking engagements.
1 Technical CE Credit
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2020
Include GST. Insurance Institute membership required
$59 IIBC Member
$139 New Member (includes membership exp May 31, 2021)
Winnie Hon, CIP, Seminars & Events Specialist
Insurance Institute of BC
T: 604.681.5491 x21