Speed From Video… Another Masterpiece


James R. Schmidt, Jr., BSME, Sr., Collision Reconstruction Engineer ::::
As you probably know by now, DJS can analyze dash cam and still-camera surveillance videos to quantify vehicle speed (and other parameters, if necessary). Of course, the ability to evaluate is dependent on the quality of the video, as well as the presence of fixed objects or other points of reference visible in the video for use in determining distance travelled over time (i.e. speed is distance divided by time). DJS has performed this type of analysis countless times. Quite possibly, DJS has worked with you on a case in which such an analysis was performed, or you may have read some of our other prior articles wherein this topic has been discussed at length.
With a video in hand (a dash cam video in this instance): Continue reading “Speed From Video… Another Masterpiece”