Tim Cheek Co-Instructor of First SAE Sponsored HVEDR Course
DELTA [v] Engineer Teaching Industry Workshop
Charlotte, NC – August 2010 – Tim Cheek, Principal Engineer at DELTA [v] Forensic Engineering, Inc., will be co-instructing the Society of Automotive Engineers’ inaugural course on HVEDR technology. The four day event, titled “Accessing and Interpreting Heavy Vehicle Event Data Recorders”, is scheduled for December 6-10, 2010 in Los Angeles, CA.
Participants of this course will learn about Heavy Vehicle Event Data Recorders’ capabilities and analysis. Some discussion topics will include: HVEDR Industry Standards, Understanding Potential Data Recording Devices, and Interpreting and Applying the Incident Data.
Tim will be presenting this material with John Steiner of KEVA Engineering. Both instructors have served on a SAE committee recently responsible for developing the first tier of HVEDR Standard Practices.
Mr. Cheek commented, “I am excited to be an instructor for this course. SAE is a high quality organization that is committed to bringing up-to-date information to its members and customers. The (HVEDR) technology is changing rapidly and keeping abreast of these changes is a must for anyone who is involved in the collision investigation of commercial vehicles.”
For more information on this course or to pre-register, please visit http://www.sae.org/pdevent/C1022.