who is on the wrong side of the road

Who was on the wrong side of the road?

Imagine you are driving on a quiet single carriageway road. You are in a relaxed frame of mind; your speed is moderate. You then see a car coming towards you on your side of the road: it does not seem to be overtaking any other traffic, it is simply driving, apparently quite steadily, on the wrong side. What do you do?

audio files in collision investigation

Audio analysis in collision investigation: the often-overlooked aspect of video footage

Craig Arnold discusses the potential for audio analysis in collision investigation. Video footage is becoming increasingly prevalent in investigations and often video analysis is carried out to determine a whole range of matters, including speed. Audio recordings can also help draw important conclusions when investigating a collision, which would otherwise be lost, however the importance of the audio stream can often be overlooked.

Best Practice for New Instructions

In sending new enquiries to TRL, we understand that you might not always have all the information at an early stage. However, there are steps you can take to help us to assign the most appropriate expert, ensure you receive the most accurate estimate for the work required, and ultimately provide you with the best investigation.

Vehicle Identification

ITAI CCTV Workshop – 8 March 2018

CCTV systems can provide invaluable evidence in relation to the speed, movement and reactions of the parties involved in a collision or incident and our experts are highly experienced in analysing footage from a variety of different sources. This Workshop was an opportunity to share experiences with colleagues in the industry and to learn about new developments in this field.