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Traffic Signal Analysis


Presented By: DRI and S-E-A

Many traffic accident disputes can devolve into he-said she-said affairs with no clear means of determining which party is at fault.  Unbeknownst to many people handling these matters, an analysis of the traffic signals involved can provide insight regarding which side of the story is accurate.  This webinar will describe how traffic signals operate, how they are programmed, and how a forensic analysis of their operation can determine which party had the right-of-way during an accident.  Case studies and examples will be used to illustrate the role traffic signals can play in accidents involving vehicles, trains, or pedestrians.

Who Should Attend: 

  • Claim handlers
  • Attorneys
  • Anybody who drives a car

What Will You Learn?:

  • How traffic signals work and how they are programmed.
  • How an analysis of the signals can determine which party had the right-of-way at the time of an accident.
  • How traffic signals can malfunction and cause or contribute to an accident.

Derek Starr, P.E., CFEI, CVFI, S-E-A

Derek Starr, P.E. is a forensic electrical engineer that regularly assists in vehicle accident reconstructions via the analysis of traffic signal systems.  As a former field engineer for a traffic signal supply company, Mr. Starr has experience in the installation, programming, maintenance, and troubleshooting of traffic signals and their control equipment.
 


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