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This program is designed to give the participant an overview of Electronic Engine Control Modules (ECMs).

11/14/2017
When: 11/14/2017
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: The Peabody Hotel (901) 529-4000
149 Union Ave
Memphis, Tennessee  38103
United States
Presenter: Steve Chewning


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EMCs: An Overview of Available Data for Accident Reconstruction

November 14, 2017
Memphis, TN

 

Please Register Early

Held in conjunction with the ATA Safety Management Council meeting

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This program is designed to give the participant an overview of Electronic Engine Control Modules (ECMs).   ECMs in late model diesel engines of commercial vehicles store various amounts of data depending on the engine manufacturer. You’ll learn what types of data may be available on each make and model engine, the process of obtaining and preserving the data, and potential uses of the data once it is obtained. This data may provide speed, RPM, brake switch status, percent of throttle, engine load and cruise control status.

Along with the physical evidence, this electronic data can be used in accident reconstruction to determine:

  • Speed Analysis
  • Brake Switch Status
  • Clutch Switch Status
  • Cruise Switch Status
  • Throttle/Engine Load
  • Acceleration/Deceleration Rates
  • Time/Distance Analysis
  • FMCSA Hours of Service Compliance
  • Perception/Reaction Times
  • Seatbelt Usage

In this program, you’ll learn how to:

  • Identify what data is available from ECMs
  • Access it
  • Interpret it
  • Use it for accident reconstruction purposes

Costs:

Members - $249.00 / Nonmembers - $299.00 



Lodging:

The Peabody Hotel - (901) 529-4000

 

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