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Symposium on Traffic Safety
May 11-14, 2020

  

Crash Investigation & Reconstruction Breakout Sessions

We're in the final planning phase for the 2020 Symposium on Traffic Safety. The confirmed crash-related breakout sessions and speakers are listed below. This page will be updated as information becomes available.

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Advanced Investigative Techniques

A Simulated Look at the Effects of Pedestrian Lateral Velocity on Pedestrian Post-Impact Trajectory

- Mike W. Reade, President/Sr. Reconstructionist, Forensic Reconstruction Specialists

Air Disc Brakes

- Walter A. Dobson, IPTM Adjunct

Airborne Vehicle Methodologies

- Sergeant Weston Brown, Scottsdale (AZ) Police Department

Distracted Driving: Causes and Consequences

- John D. Lloyd, Ph.D., BRAINS, Inc.

Drag Sled: Measuring Tire-Pavement Coefficient of Friction

- Frank Navin, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia, Civil Engineering

Heavy Vehicle Side and Rear Collision Speed Analysis

- Scott E. Skinner, Collision Reconstructionist, Collision Consulting and Reconstruction LLC

Interviewing Techniques for Traffic Crash Investigators

- Detective John Odin (Ret.), Union County (NJ) Prosecutors Office

It May Be Possible, But Is It Probable? (Monte Carlo)

- Detective Ken Strohmeyer, Scottsdale (AZ) Police Department

The Need, The Need for Weed: Cannabis Related Traffic Collisions

- Investigator Dale B. Drummond, Beverly Hills (CA) Police Department

Crash Testing

Full Scale Crash Testing Through the Years

- John Daily, MSME, Jackson Hole (WY) Scientific Investigations, Inc.

Live-Instrumented Crash Testing Sponsored by RIEGL

All Symposium attendees will travel to Showtime Speedway for lunch, crash avoidance demonstrations, pedestrian vs. vehicle strikes, followed by multiple live, instrumented crashes. IPTM's team of renowned crash reconstructionists will gather and analyze the data from the staged crashes and present their findings during two identical breakout sessions.

 

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 RIEGL

Post-Crash Data Analysis and Review (Crash Team)

- Wade Bartlett, P.E., Symposium Crash Team Coordinator

IPTM’s team of renowned crash reconstructionists will be gathering all the data from the staged crashes. They will present their findings and analysis during two identical breakout sessions.

EDR

EDR Closing Speed Analysis

- Andrew Rich, BSME, Rich Consulting, LLC

EDR Update 2020

- Richard Ruth, P.E., Ruth Consulting, LLC

Kawasaki EDR

- Ed Fatzinger, P.E., Forensic Engineer, Momentum Engineering

 

New Technology

Accurate Timing from Video: The Limitation of Variable Refresh Rates

- Andrew Fredericks, Technical Director, iNPUT-ACE

Crash Reconstruction and the Highly Automated Vehicle

- Alan Moore, P.E., A.B. Moore Forensic Engineering, Inc.

General Motors Passive and Active Safety Features and Which Ones Have Supported EDR Data

- Don Floyd, Global CDR Tool Project Manager, General Motors

Implementing a Drone Program for Crash Reconstruction: What You Need to Know for FAA Compliance

- Andrew S. Klane, Chief Operating Officer, Forensic Mapping Solutions

Reconstruction of Crashes Involving Articulated Vehicles

- Terry D. Day, P.E., President, Engineering Dynamics Corporation

Scanning Efficiency and Productivity: Get the Most from Your FARO Scanner and Software

- Derik J. White, Director of Software Development Public Safety, FARO Technologies

- Bobby Jones, Crash and Crime Scene Reconstructionist

Time-Saving Techniques for Delivering High-Impact Scene Maps and Diagrams

- William Henningsen, Forensic Mapper/Equipment Consultant/Public Safety, Collision Forensic Solutions

Toyota Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: What are they? What data do they record? How do I get it?

- Brad Muir, Crash Data Systems

The Traffic Signal as an EDR: Did It Record Your Crash?

- Alan Moore, P.E., A.B. Moore Forensic Engineering, Inc.

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Symposium on Traffic Safety
May 11-14, 2020

DUI & Traffic Enforcement Breakout Sessions

We're in the final planning stages for the 2020 Symposium on Traffic Safety. Below are the confirmed Impaired Driving Enforcement-related breakout sessions and presenters. This page will be updated as new presenters are confirmed.

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Advanced DRE/DUI Topics

Alcohol and Energy Drinks: Drug-Drug Interaction Implications for the DRE and DUI Investigator

- H. Chip Walls, Forensic Toxicologist

Body Worn Camera Use During a Drug Influence Evaluation

- Lieutenant Allan Kolak, Cape Coral (FL) Police Department

Cannabis or Hemp? Can You Tell the Difference?

- H. Chip Walls, Forensic Toxicologist

DRE Case Prep

- Stephen Talpins

DRE Evaluations

- Florida Drug Recognition Experts

Drugs That May Cause False Negative Toxicology Testing

- H. Chip Walls, Forensic Toxicologist

The Evolution of SFSTs

- Kyle Clark, National Project Manager, DEC Program, IACP

Making the New DRE: Best Practices

- Don Decker, Nahant (MA) Police Department

Mining for Gold: A Deeper Look Into the "Why"

- Matt Myers
 - Trooper Michael Blute, Arizona Department of Public Safety

Search Warrants and Blood Draws

- Trooper Michael Blute, Arizona Department of Public Safety

DUI/Traffic Enforcement

Champagne Taste on a Beer Budget: Managing the “Do More with Less” of DUI

- Sergeant Franklin F. Fitzgerald, Lakeland (FL) Police Department

Clues, Clothing and Trends of Today's Drug Culture

- Officer Cory Suttle, Lakeland (FL) Police Department

Impaired Driving: Beyond Probable Cause (John Cullen)

- Detective John Cullen, Jacksonville (FL) Sheriff's Office

Improving Your DUI Reports

- Officer Andy Borrows, Jupiter (FL) Police Department

Interviews & Interrogations: Techniques & Challenges in Impaired Driving

- Detective John Cullen, Jacksonville (FL) Sheriff's Office

Mellanby Effect, Homeostasis & Burn-Off: Why Impaired People Are Not Safe Behind the Wheel

- Mariam Norman, WA Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor, City of Seattle and Washington Traffic Safety Commission

Operation No Sale: Alcohol Vendor Enforcement and DUI Community Education Programs

- Deputy Daniel Simpkins, Hillsborough County (FL) Sheriff's Office

Overcoming Challenges with Difficult DUIs

- Officer Ashley Eller, Apopka (FL) Police Department
- Officer Frank Imparato, University of Central Florida Police Department

Florida Legal Updates

Breath, Urine & Blood Testing: Florida's Implied Consent Statute

- TSRP Vin Petty, Florida TSRP Program

Florida DUI Case Law Update

- Ben Fox, Asst. State Attorney, Brevard County (FL) State Attorney's Office

Florida Legislative Update

- Peter Stoumbelis, Sr. Asst. General Counsel (Ret.), Florida Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles

Live Demonstrations/Crash Testing

[NEW] Live, Instrumented Crash Testing and Crash Avoidance Demonstrations

On Monday afternoon, all Symposium attendees will travel to Showtime Speedway for lunch, crash avoidance demonstrations, pedestrian vs. vehicle strikes, and multiple live, instrumented crashes. IPTM's team of renowned crash reconstructionists will gather and analyze the data from the staged crashes and present their findings during two identical breakout sessions.

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