Crash Data Retrieval
Crash data retrieval is a branch of digital forensics relating to recovery of digital evidence or data from a vehicle under forensically sound conditions. The phrase crash data retrieval (CDR) usually refers to retrieval of crash data from a vehicles on board computers such as Engine Control Unit, Airbag Control Unit, ABS and Safety modules.
Digitpol experts specialise in Digital Investigation of Motor Insurance Fraud. We are experts in the analysis of “staged collisions” where a vehicle has been reported as crashed, however the collision never happened. We deploy digital forensic methods to undercover the traces stored in vehicle modules. We recover the last events such as any collisions and can identify the vehicle's engine temperature at the time of the collision, the KM reading and the time and date the collision took place. These parameters often assist claims handlers to solve or verify claims. In some cases a fraudulent claim can be detected.
Digital Detection of Crash Data
We are experts in the analysis of “staged collisions” and can recover the evidence if a collision was recorded.
Recover the VIN from the suspected key
We specialise in recovery of identity numbers from transponder chips embedded into modern keys.
Analyse the Crash Speed
We can recover the digital Crash Speed and parameters at the time of the collision.