A lot has happened It’s been a long time since the last blog post but a lot has happened since last spring. I had an excellent week at WCX17 in Detroit where I was fortunate to have the opportunity to present the latest research on frozen speedometers. I apologise to those who were there who […]
About Chris Goddard
Chris Goddard is a highly experienced Collision Investigator and Physics graduate with an extensive engineering and scientific background. During the past fifteen years, he has conducted a number of high profile reconstructions, and has received both Judge’s and Coroner’s commendations.
He regularly lectures in Forensic Science and Physics at a number of Universities and colleges.
Chris' career started as a Design Engineer, developing new braking systems for Heavy Goods vehicles, coaches and specialist vehicles. During this time he was designated as Inventor of a European wide patent for the design of a new disc brake pad, and was a qualified test driver for test track research.
Today, Chris is a highly respected Collision Investigator who has a vast experience of dealing with collisions of all types. He is also involved in conducting research and presents his findings at international conferences.
Entries by Chris Goddard
This time last year I was very fortunate to be invited to the World Reconstruction Exposition in Orlando. As part of the week’s activities I gave two lectures on the current research in finding out what happens to the instrument needles in a collision. It was a fantastic week with lots of information to be […]
The end of June saw some more testing at a huge Collision Reconstruction event organised by the UK’s Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators (http://www.itai.org/ ) and held at Bruntingthorpe Proving Grounds (http://www.bruntingthorpeprovingground.com/ ) in Leicestershire. This event has grown to be a regular event that is open to everyone and attracts an audience from across […]
In May I was invited to attend the WREX 2016 crash reconstruction conference as a guest speaker. WREX has now been written into the history books as the largest crash reconstruction conference in the world. Almost 900 crash reconstruction experts from around the world centred on Orlando, Florida for a week of lectures, crash testing, […]
It’s almost 2 weeks until the largest reconstruction conference in the world. WREX, the World Reconstruction Exposition is being held in Orlando, Florida. You can find the full details at www.wrex2016.com WREX2016 will be the first World Reconstruction Exposition that has been held since the year 2000. The event is being sponsored by 21 crash […]