Autonomous Vehicles: Impacts on Accident Reconstruction with Michael Urban (Part 2)
November 04, 2021
Reminger Co., LPA
Zachary is joined by Michael Urban, an engineer who focuses on the forensic evaluation of vehicular collisions; product and material failures; automotive design, development, and testing with Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.
Zachary and Michael review autonomous driving technology's impact on accident reconstruction and common misconceptions about driverless cars. Part 2 highlights include:
- Autonomous vehicles provide a much higher level of data and evidence for accident reconstruction. Now, vehicle data and technology (such as cameras, lane assist, and automatic braking) work together to form a full profile of an accident.
- Autonomous tech has rolled out to many industries in the commercial sector: FedEx, hospitals, rideshare cars. When can we expect it for everyday consumers?
- Common misconceptions about driverless technology. Focusing on the causes of AV accidents, not just the headlines.
Be sure to join us next week for part 2 of this discussion, where Zachary and Michael review AV's impact on accident reconstruction.
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