SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

Bobby J. Mullinax has presented at numerous conferences including: WREX2016, IPTM's Traffic Safety Symposium, ARC-CSI Conference, Pennsylvania State Police's Reconstruction Seminar, Tennessee Highway Patrol's Traffic Collision Investigation Symposium, and the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction.  Check below to see what we offer.

This is a widely popular presentation that can be presented at your collision or crime scene reconstruction conference.  In this presentation Mr. Mullinax demonstrates how you can effectively use photogrammetry software to diagram the locations of evidence which may have been overlooked or compromised during the course of an investigation.  The premise explained is that if the original locations of the evidence was captured on a body-worn camera recording, then the evidence can be placed back in its original location.  This presentation is 1-4 hours in length as desired by the organizers and can include hands on interaction with the audience if desired, and with advanced notice.

RECONSTRUCTION FROM BODY-WORN CAMERA VIDEOS

With the popularity of small unmanned aerial systems (drones) continuing to rise across North America among law enforcement agencies, photogrammetry has saw a surge in popularity.  In this presentation Mr. Mullinax explores a secondary usage for the popular PhotoModeler software, in video analysis.  Instead of traditional diagramming purposes, this presentation focuses on using the software to analyze multiple frames from the same video, which in turn will allow collision investigators to extract key evidence from the video such as velocity and acceleration, or for crime scene investigators to extract suspect heights, as well as diagram the crime as it took place.  This presentation is 2-3 hours in length as desired by the organizers and can include hands on interaction with the audience if desired, and with advanced notice.

VIDEO ANALYSIS USING PHOTOMODELER

In this presentation, a variety of methods used to obtain speed estimates for motorcycle and pedestrian involved collisions is discussed.  These methods are compared and contrasted using data from crash testing, which allows the attendees to see which methods obtained the most reliable results.  Some of the methods discussed include damage analysis for motorcycles, vault formulas for riders and passengers, as well as many different types of pedestrian formulas including Searle, falling from vehicles, and impacts with non-traditional units such as all-terrain vehicles, golf carts, and wheelchairs.

RELIABLE SPEED ESTIMATES FOR VULNERABLE-ROADWAY USER COLLISIONS

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