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The European requirements for a VIN must comply with COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2021/535 or March 31, 2021, by June 6, 2022.
The requirements for the VIN are specified in Annex II of this Regulation.
More info
here

 

In terms of content, they are the same as the requirements from 2011.
 

Students: Our Technician course indicates that the VIN is defined in ISO 3833. For Europe, it should now be Regulation 2021/535.


When assigning the WMI, the competent authorities must consult the international organization (SAE) mentioned in ISO 3833. That is the only link with ISO 3833.
 
Furthermore, the final technical requirements for a number of ADAS systems have now been published:


intelligent speed assistance Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2021/1958
driver drowsiness and attention warning Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2021/1341
alcohol interlock installation Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2021/1243
emergency lane-keeping systems (ELKS) Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/646

The new European requirements for a VIN
J.P. Peters, Hans Bot December 2021

EDR

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Formation CDR (Bosch Crash Data Retrieval) Techniciens et Analystes

November 2021 GDTECH

 

Formation CDR (Bosch Crash Data Retrieval) – Techniciens et Analystes  – 13 au 17 décembre 2021

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Rejoignez-nous pour la Formation CDR (Bosch Crash Data Retrieval) – « Techniciens et Analystes » sur la récupération de données de l’EDR (Event Data Recorder), qui aura lieu du 13 au 17 décembre à Bruxelles.

Plus de détails :

  • 5 jours de formation de 09h00 à 18h00

  • Lieu de la formation : VIAS, Chaussée de Haecht 1405, 1130 Bruxelles

  • Formateurs : Jeroen Ven Essen & Jan-Paul Peters

  • Langue : Français (une certaine connaissance de l’anglais est nécessaire)

  • Pour les clients belges : la formation est reconnue par l’IEA

  • Pour les clients français : GDTech est certifié CIR

  • Coût de la formation : 2500€ par personne

  • Mode d’inscription : communiquez vos coordonnées à l’adresse sales@gdtech.eu

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Joseph MARRA 

CBDO - Chief Business Development Officer      www.gdtech.eu 

Avenue de l’Expansion 7, 4432 Alleur (Belgium)
Mobile: +32 479 43 04 59 

Mail: joseph.marra@gdtech.eu

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1st International CDR technician & Analyst course realized after covid

November 2021 Jeroen van Essen

 

1st International CDR technician & Analyst course realized after covid. The training was organized in the Van de Valk Hotel in the Netherlands by TRDARTS. The trainer Jeroen van Essen share his knowledge and experience of the European EDR/CDR Technology with the students from Finland, Iceland, Latvia, France, Belgium, Greece, Portugal and the NetherlandsThe course gave the students the necessary Technician & Analyst information; To download the crash data, to identify any case-critical information, the reliability and accuracy of this information and also the use of Freeze-Frame data in accident investigations. Finally, everybody passed their exams. You can find the new CDR Technicians/ Analysts on the EXPERT PAGE

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TRDARTS

Jeroen van Essen

Rotterdamseweg 212B

3135PX Vlaardingen, Nederland

Regio: Nederland, Belgie

+31638198171

jeroen@eudarts.com

NEXT COURSE
The next International CDR Technician & Analyst course is scheduled for March 28, 2022.
If you have enough students (12) in your country, let us know and we will deliver the course on location.
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Last week, the European Commission discussed a new version for the (draft) Commission Delegated Regulation for EDR in MVWG.
In this version there is nothing more about omitting the last 4 digits of the VIN !!
It is now also provided that data can be retrieved directly from the EDR if the OBD port is defective after the crash.

More information: JPPeters@eudarts.com

Latest version draft EU Regulation EDR
J.P. Peters, Hans Bot October 2021

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BOSCH release CDR 21.2 System Software
August 2021 Jeroen van Essen

Bosch is pleased to announce BMW (BMW/MINI/RR) vehicle support for Europe, China and other markets outside of North America. In addition to adding support for new MY2022 vehicles, Bosch added forward-camera- module data retrieval capability for 2019 and newer General Motors vehicles. See below for the additional vehicle coverage added to CDR v21.2. For further information, refer to the CDR help file section named What’s New in this Version? for additional details about this release.

Also Some BMW models from modelyear 2019 onwards are readable

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NEXT?

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Privacy issues causing a delay for
EDR introduction.

Did the Commission shoot its own foot?
J.P. Peters, Hans Bot june 2021

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"Event data recorder" (EDR) means a device or function in a vehicle that records the vehicle's dynamic, time-series data during the time period just prior to an event (e.g., vehicle speed vs. time) or during a crash event (e.g., delta-V vs. time), intended for retrieval after the crash event.

Since traditional methods such as the length of skid marks are often no longer available with the introduction of ABS, EDR has become an essential tool for the reconstruction of road accidents

 

Regulation published, Delegated Act missing

 

The EU has made a first step to introduce the mandatory equipment of EDR with the Regulation (EU) 2019/2144. For the actual introduction of EDR, a so-called delegated act with detailed rules is necessary. According to Article 6 of the regulation the delegated act shall be published at least 15 months before the date manufacturers have to equip new cars with an EDR. As this date is 6 July 2022, the delegated acts should have been published before 6 April 2021. At the moment of writing this date has been largely passed.

The delegated act will have technical and administrative requirements. For the technical part a reference will be made to the new ECE Regulation on EDR. This is a worldwide harmonized technical standard on EDR. The Working Party WP29 and the Groups under it have done their best approve the ECE Regulation on EDR during the March session of WP29,  just in time for the 6th of April, the date set in the EU Regulation.

Out of the scope of the ECE Regulation on EDR are requirements related to privacy, data protection and personal data processing and data elements related to the VIN, associated vehicle details, location/positioning data, information of the driver, and date and time of an event. These elements has to be included in the Delegated Act to complete the EU Regulation.

An early draft of the Delegated Act was circulated the beginning of this year. This draft stated that it is prohibit to capture the last 4 digits of the VIN , the location, date and time of the accident and any information about the vehicle and driver.

NGO's to EC: EDR data impossible to use

Several organizations like ETSC, POLIS, ECF and CITA have stated that this prohibition will made it impossible to use EDR for accident research and accident analysis.

Although the Commission has shown some flexibility on location, date and time there is still the problem of the VIN and information on the vehicle and driver as this requirement is in Regulation (EU) 2019/2144 adopted by European Council and Parliament.

For in-depth accident research it is important to study Man, Machine, environment and their interaction. This is the case for both scientific and forensic research. Therefore it is essential to have information on the driver, the specific vehicle and the road condition at the spot of the accident.

The question is, why the Commission included this prohibition on the last 4 digits of a VIN.  To understand this we have to go back a few years.

VIN is not personal data

 In 2014 the European Commission commissioned a study on the cost benefit of EDR. This study was done by TRL and in the report of this study is a comprehensive chapter on privacy issues linked to EDR.  

It was concluded that a VIN is not personal data because a researcher is not able to make a link between a VIN and the owner. Only police officers are able to make such a link and in those cases safeguards has to be made. Why the European Commission neglected the conclusion from the TRL report on the VIN number?

Privacy hype

In 2016 several publications revealed the huge amount of data from cars some manufacturers are collecting systematically and sending to their factories. In a response the FIM started the awareness campaign “mycarmydata.eu”. Also in 2016 the EU General Data Protection (GDP) Regulation 2016/679 was published.  The following years all European citizens were confronted with requests to consent for cookies and the use of their name in databases and a privacy hype was started.

Privacy proof

 In an attempt to make  the Regulation 2019/2144  “privacy proof” the European Commission stipulated that the data an EDR is capable to record can be made available to national authorities, …. only for the purpose of accident research and analysis, …. , and in compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679, over a standardised interface.

To make it even more “privacy proof” the prohibition to include the last 4 digits of the EDR was added. This prohibition was added to guarantee maximum privacy and to assure an EDR report cannot be linked to a particular car and driver.

EDR data becomes useless

The insertion of 2016/679 is completely superfluous as the GDP Regulation is applicable anyhow. With the prohibition to include the last 4 digits of VIN, the EDR data becomes useless as it cannot be linked to a particular case,  so you can say the Commission shot in its own foot, because the aim was to improve road safety with EDR data playing an important role to monitor that. Now it looks that the anonymity of the driver who overrun a bicyclist or pedestrian  is more important than fate of the victim.

Workable solution needed

The 30th of June the European Commission will held a next meeting on EDR with the Member States experts and Stakeholders. On the agenda is an exchange of views,  on the draft Commission Delegated Act on EDR. Hopefully Member States representatives and Stakeholders will push to a workable solution that will allow to really use EDR data for accident analysis and research. The best solution is an amendment to 2019/2144 deleting the paragraph on the last 4 digits of the VIN.

More information: JPPeters@eudarts.com

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VIN visible behind every windscreen

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The only DIESEL recognizable by its VIN

“Digital Vehicle Forensics” 

seminar Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Prishtina.

Jože Škrilec June 2021

 

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Wednesday, June 23 2021: As part of the training at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Prishtina, a lecture was given to the police on the topic of digital vehicle forensics. The lecture was attended by representatives of all police units of the Republic of Kosovo. With the introduction of EDR in passenger cars, there is a great increase in interest in education in the field of Bosch CDR use. DSSAD working group.

Demonstration training Slovenian Police 

Jože Škrilec June 2021

 

The Slovenian police met with the Bosch CDR and Crash Cube project in 2011, when they participated in this project as a test partner.


Due to the growing number of passenger cars that have EDR activated, there has been interest in using Bosch CDR tools in the police ranks.


At the introductory demonstration training, police representatives were introduced to the Bosch CDR tool, and in the autumn, training for Bosch CDR tool users will begin..

AITS CDR Technician / Analyst Course UK/Ireland
May 2021 AITS

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AITS will be running 3 courses this year at our venue in South Cerney.  A four-day course for those who wish to analyse data from crashed vehicles using the Bosch crash data retrieval tool. You will learn how to describe the CDR system for the benefit of the Court. How to interpret the downloaded data in the context of other collision data also collected at the scene. Identification of case-critical information. How to judge/assess the reliability and accuracy of the information.

 

The current availability is:

 

7th – 10th June – full class

21st – 24th June  - full class

11th – 14th October – some spaces left

If you are interested, please contact AITS

AITS

Veneu

Unit A5, Lakeside Business Park, South Cerney, GL7 5XL. UK
Telefon: +44(0)1285 864650

Email: mail@aitsuk.com

Site: www.aitsuk.com

LEDICO CDR Technician / Analyst Course ISRAEL

May 2021 Ledico

 

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The first Israelian CDR course 2021 is a fact. The training was organized by Ledico Tel Aviv. The trainer shares his knowledge and experience of European EDR/CDR Technology. The course gave the students the necessary Technician & Analyst information; To download the crash data from the EDR system, to identify any case-critical information, the reliability, and accuracy of this information and also the use of Freeze-Frame data in accident investigations. Finally, everybody passed their exams. You can find the new CDR Technician / Analyst in Israel on the EXPERT PAGE

ILDARTS

LEDICO

Erez Mosafi 

Lazrov 31, Rishon Lezioni

+972 3 9630040

www.ledico.com

ledico@eudarts.com

AnalyzerPro managed to finalize their importer for CDR files in AnalyzerPro.

Hans Bot / Matthias Schmidt March2021

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AnalyzerPro, software for accident calculation and analysis is a tool designed for forensic experts, police forces, and insurances. It unites all parts of software-based accident reconstruction into one app: Design of sketches, the kinematic calculation in various modules, and 2D as well as 3D depiction come together.

 

Furthermore, there is collision analysis in different methods and even a computer-optimized collision analysis algorithm implemented. The latest development of AnalyzerPro has focused on the implementation of different kinds of readable data, such as DDD digital tachograph files and retrieved Bosch CDR data.

 

If you want to have a closer look please find this link: https://youtu.be/lRrqCHtt2Ws

 

On the 19th of March, Matthias Schmidt is hosting the “Get-to-know-Analyzer-day”. A day where people interested in AnalyzerPro can play around with the software and get to know some selected features. Are you interested? Please let us know.

Contact data:

Mr. Matthias Schmidt

Email:  ms@analyzer.at

Site: www.analyzer.at

Paper: The use of data obtained with the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Tool

Christopher Dunn, AITS February 2021

The use of data obtained using the Bosch CDR tool is widespread in the USA and common within the EU. Access to CDR data is not widely available in the UK and there is a lack of awareness of the potential of this additional strand of evidence in reconstruction. This paper describes a typical vehicle fitment and examines some ways in which the data may be used. It is intended to give some awareness of the limitations found within the data and to discuss some techniques that may be available in appropriate circumstances. The examination of CDR data should only be performed by suitably qualified analysts. It is hoped that this paper may give some appreciation of what the Analyst may, and may not, be able to do, and why.

Paper: The use of data obtained with the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval Tool

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EDR: First Step EDR approved by the GRSG.

Hans Bot and Jan Paul Peters, January 2021

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We would like to inform you that the first draft regulation for EDR,  developed by the Informal Working Group IWG EDR / DSSAD, has now been approved by the parent committee GRSG.

The IWG has drafted two documents: a first with 41 data-elements and a second with an additional 23 data elements that will become mandatory two years later, to allow the car industry more development time.


This first draft has the same 41 data elements as the US regulation CFR 563 although many of the optional data elements have become mandatory in this new draft. (See document ECE-TRANS-WP29-2020-123rev1e.pdf).
At the same time, an amendment to the first draft has been submitted with 23 additional data elements. These additional data elements have an extra transition time of 2 years before they becoming a mandatory requirement. 


These additional data elements are Safety belt status, rear passengers, Tyre Pressure Monitoring, System (TPMS), Longitudinal and lateral pre-crash acceleration, Yaw rate, Traction Control Status,  AEBS status,   Cruise Control System,   Adaptive Cruise Control Status,  VRU secondary safety system deployment,  Far side-impact center airbag,  Lane departure warning system status,   Corrective steering function (CSF) status, Emergency steering function (ESF) status, Automatically commanded steering function (ACSF) and Accident emergency call system status.
(See document
ECE-TRANS-WP29-2021-058e.pdf with the 41 and the 23 additional data elements combined)

The two documents have now been forwarded to the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) so that they can be considered and hopefully approved as UN Regulation in March. 


After adoption by WP29, The European Commission can draft the EU Delegated Act needed to make EDR mandatory in Europe as foreseen in the General Safety Regulation (2019/2144).  The EU Delegated Act will refer to the UNECE Regulation on EDR, complemented with requirements that are not foreseen in the UNECE Regulation, like retrieval, privacy, and security. 


The 41 data-elements will enter into force on the dates foreseen by General Safety Regulation (2019/2144). These dates are for new type-approval (new models) on the 7 of July 2022 and for new registrations on the 7 of July 2024. 


The additional 23 data elements will enter into force two years later: for new type-approval (new models)  July 2024 and for new registrations on July 2026.  Note: these dates apply to passenger cars and light-duty vehicles. EDR for Heavy goods trucks and buses will be introduced in 2029.

 

MORE information: EDR in EUROPE
 

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BOSCH release CDR 21.0 System Software

Jeroen van Essen January 2021

What’s New for CDR Version 21.0?

Bosch is pleased to support a new OEM, Ferrari in this new release of the software. This CDR version adds support for China market vehicles for Ferrari and other OEMs. For further information, refer to the CDR help file section named What’s New in this Version? for additional details about this release.

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THE TAKE OVER

International Security Program

EUDARTS is one of the initiators of a unique global security project.

Hans Bot, December 30, 2020

 

Eudarts is one of the initiators of a unique field lab security project that parallels the developing 3-season international drama series "The Take Over".

The series begins in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where ethical hackers take over control of a self-driving bus. Step by step this relatively small hack grows into a gigantic hack in which water works (bridges, water locks and weirs), traffic systems (traffic lights and traffic information systems) and transport systems (subway, ferries) in various Dutch and Belgian cities are not spared.

 

Subsequently, the ethical hackers themselves are hacked and the so-called hack virus spreads all over Europe with all its consequences. The chaos is complete when these are once again taken over by political hackers active worldwide.

Pre-production of the drama series is expected to begin this year. All the digital vulnerabilities used in the series will be inventoried, repaired, secured within the project and published immediately with the release of the series.

In this way, we try to prevent the series from becoming a manual for the malicious hackers in the near future. We know that governments, organizations and institutions in various countries are not ready for these digital public incidents. There are no protocols for police control rooms and there is not yet adequate software and tools to prevent such public hacks.

It is clear to everyone that significant cyber incidents or cyber attacks will take place on government agencies, defense and high-tech companies now and in the near future (list CSIS - Center for Strategic & International Studies).

If you think you can make a unique and active contribution to the content of the script, the solutions and / or the security of the digital vulnerabilities, please let us know: hans@eudarts.com

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WWW.EUDARTS-GROUP.COM 2020 FACTS

Hans Bot, December 30, 2020

 

Information about the www.eudarts-group.com site. (1 year)

Visitors: 5.100 unique visitors - to continent: Europe 2242 (69%)  

Americas 394  (12%), Asia 426 (13%) Africa 77 (2%), Oceania 33 (1%)

 

Countries: 102 - most active country: Poland 754, United Kingdom 690,

The United States 344, Germany 336, Netherlands 259,  - least active country: Zimbabwe 1 (0.01%).

 

Page views: 14.717 - most visited pages: Home 2.689 (18,27%), Experts 1.255(8,53%) and EDR in Europe 1.354 (9,20%).
Session duration gem: 00:01:16.
New entries this year: 3.148.

 

Permanent members who receive the newsletter: 1822.

Conclusion: More countries + 7, fewer visitors - 807, fewer unique visitors - 123, more members + 67, more page views, and peak visits after the newsletters.

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The last EUDARTS CDR Technician / Analyst courses of 2020 in

the UK, Poland, Israel, and Belgium are a fact.

Jeroen van Essen  December 2020

 

The CDR courses in these countries are a fact. The courses were organized by EUDARTS, AITS, GDTECH, and CrashData. The trainers share their knowledge and experience of the European EDR/CDR Technology with the students from all over Europe. The course gave the students the necessary Technician & Analyst information; To download the crash data, to identify any case-critical information, the reliability, and accuracy of this information, and also the use of Freeze-Frame data in accident investigations. Finally, everybody passed their exams. You can find the new CDR Technicians/ Analysts in the UK, Poland, Israel, and Belgium on the EXPERT PAGE

The Dutch National Police purchased software packages from our Digital Analyst software program.

Hans Bot December 2020

 

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The Dutch National Police has now purchased 22 software packages from our Digital Analyst software program. The software assists the Forensic Accident Reconstruction Departments in the analysis of data from EU approved digital tachographs. The latest version introduces support for Smart Tacho (Generation 2 tachographs). VU data from the older Generation 1 tachographs and Smart Tacho's can now be imported and analysed. Smart Tacho data also introduced a new GNSS (GPS) positioning system to show the location of the vehicle at the start and end of a work period and also after every three hours of accumulated driving by any driver. This data can be shown on a Google Map by right-clicking on anything within a Daily Activity record item in the left data pane and choosing the View Location option. More information

 

INT. EUDARTS CDR Technician and Analyst certification courses

Tesla information & EDR technology is added to the

EUDARTS CDR Analysts course.

 

EUDARTS EDR Analyst Courses

We are planning and developing EDR 2021 courses in respectively; The Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Luxembourg, Poland, and possibly in Morocco. You will be informed about this in February 2021.

 

If you are nevertheless interested in the EDR analysis course in your country, send your name and email address to admintrdarts@eudarts.com. We can then make a student list per country and you will receive a message from us when a course can be given again and we can schedule you.

 

If you have a location where a COVID 19 proof course can be given to at least 10 people, we would like to hear from you and we can schedule a course.

 

BOSCH release CDR v19.6 and 19.6.1/2 patch

System Software

Jeroen van Essen December 2020

What’s New for CDR Version 19.6? Bosch is pleased to announce support for many new model year 2021 vehicles for various markets such as Europe, China and North America. For further information, refer to the CDR help file section named What’s New in this Version? for additional details about this release.

The problems with reading Volvo models have been solved. All Volvo models (with the exception of the V40) can be read again.

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new CDR Tool web presence

Hans Bot June 26, 2020

Bosch is pleased to announce a new CDR Tool web presence at www.BoschCDRTool.com. This new global landing page is now the official CDR Tool website and replaces the links from the large CDR tiles on the current Bosch Diagnostics site (www.boschdiagnostics.com).  All CDR Tool related links previously accessed via Bosch Diagnostics are now available from the www.BoschCDRTool.com site!

Bosch is a world leader in Event Data Recorder (EDR) information and imaging technology. Since 2000, Bosch Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) products have been trusted internationally by law enforcement, crash researchers, auto manufacturers, and government agencies to access EDR information on a wide range of passenger cars, light trucks, and SUVs.

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INT. EUDARTS CDR Technician and Analyst certification courses

Tesla information & EDR technology is added to the

EUDARTS CDR Analysts course.

 

International CDR Technician / Analyst Course 

June 2021 Jeroen van Essen

 

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English / Dutch Language from Monday 8 to Thursday 11 November 2021 TRDARTS is organizing a 4-day TRDARTS CDR course Technician / Analyst (+ 5/8 hours user E-learning).

 

This course is given in the English language with course material (English / Dutch / German / French. Price: 1,500 Euro (excluding VAT).


You register for this course via the registrationform or an e-mail to jeroen@eudarts.com. More information and the registration form can be found here.

 

The course is held in the "Van der Valk" hotel in Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel, Netherlands

TRDARTS

Jeroen van Essen

Rotterdamseweg 212B

3135PX Vlaardingen, Nederland

Regio: Nederland, Belgie

+31638198171

jeroen@eudarts.com

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AITS CDR Technician / Analyst Course UK/Ireland
May 2021 AITS

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AITS will be running 3 courses this year at our venue in South Cerney.  A four-day course for those who wish to analyse data from crashed vehicles using the Bosch crash data retrieval tool. You will learn how to describe the CDR system for the benefit of the Court. How to interpret the downloaded data in the context of other collision data also collected at the scene. Identification of case-critical information. How to judge/assess the reliability and accuracy of the information.

 

The current availability is:

 

7th – 10th June – done

21st – 24th June  - done

11th – 14th October – some spaces left

If you are interested, please contact AITS

AITS

Veneu

Unit A5, Lakeside Business Park, South Cerney, GL7 5XL. UK
Telefon: +44(0)1285 864650

Email: mail@aitsuk.com

Site: www.aitsuk.com

EUDARTS EDR Analyst Course

We are planning and developing EDR 2021 courses in respectively; The Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Luxembourg, Poland, and possibly in Morocco. You will be informed about this in February 2021.

 

If you are nevertheless interested in the EDR analysis course in your country, send your name and email address to admintrdarts@eudarts.com. We can then make a student list per country and you will receive a message from us when a course can be given again and we can schedule you.

 

If you have a location where a COVID 19 proof course can be given to at least 10 people, we would like to hear from you and we can schedule a course.

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