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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Engineering Dynamics Corporation Announces HVE-CSI TM - Crash Reconstruction Software for Law Enforcement
Orlando, FL - April 26, 2010 • Engineering Dynamics Corporation (EDC) today announced the development of a new software application, called HVE-CSI (Human-Vehicle-Environment - Crash Site Investigator) at the Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM) Special Problems in Traffic Crash Reconstruction conference.
HVE-CSI is a unique version of EDC's HVE highway safety research software that focuses directly on the needs of law enforcement officers. Following inspections of the vehicles and crash site, officers can use HVE-CSI to reconstruct the crash. The results of the reconstruction help to identify factors, such as excessive speed, loss of control and failure to obey traffic control devices. The ultimate goal is to improve highway safety for the motoring public.
HVE-CSI includes two well known reconstruction software tools, EDCRASH and EDSMAC. These tools have been extensively validated, and results have been presented and accepted in courts worldwide for over 20 years.
HVE-CSI will be available after June 14, 2010. An introductory flyer for HVE-CSI is now available to download by clicking here. For more information about HVE-CSI's capabilities or to request a demonstration, contact EDC Sales or call 503.644.4500.
Engineering Dynamics Corporation, with headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon, USA, develops and markets software and support services for highway safety research used worldwide by government agencies, law enforcement, vehicle manufacturers forensic engineering firms and independent crash reconstructionists.
Trademarks: HVE, HVE-CSI, EDCRASH and EDSMAC are trademarks of Engineering Dynamics Corporation. All rights reserved.