EVU XXVII 2018 – 10 Evaluation of CDR crash tests


Evaluation
of CDR crash tests
1Ing. Peter Vertaľ, Ph.D., 2Ing. Luboš Nouzovský, 3Ing. Michal Frydrýn, Ph.D.,
4Doc. Ing. Tomáš Mičunek,Ph.D., 5Ing. Zdeněk Svatý, 6Ing. Eduard Kolla, PhD.
1Institute of forensic research and education University of Zilina, 2Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague,
3Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague, 4Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague,
5Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague, 6Institute of forensic research and education University of Zilina

Abstract

The article focuses on reading, interpretation and validation of EDR (Event Data Recorder) accident data using the CDR system.
EDR or Event Data Recorder is a function of the airbag control unit, which records certain vehicle parameter data at the time of a specific event (e.g. accident). Various tools, such as the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval (CDR), can be used for subsequent data reading.
The correctness and accuracy were assessed for obtained accidental data (pre- and post-crash). The presented results are one of the  partial outputs of the VIMOT 4U project and were obtained as part of the crash tests carried out in autumn 2017.

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Autore1Ing. Peter Vertaľ, Ph.D., 2Ing. Luboš Nouzovský, 3Ing. Michal Frydrýn, Ph.D., 4Doc. Ing. Tomáš Mičunek,Ph.D., 5Ing. Zdeněk Svatý, 6Ing. Eduard Kolla, PhD. 1Institute of forensic research and education University of Zilina, 2Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague, 3Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague, 4Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague, 5Faculty of Transportation Sciences, CTU in Prague, 6Institute of forensic research and education University of Zilina
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