Presented by Dr Jeff Muttart Ph.D. & Swaroop Dinakar via the ‘zoom’ platform
Dr Muttart will be presenting a forum relating to a significant upgrade to the widely used IDRR (Interactive Driver Response Research) that is being released.
Each attendee will receive the beta version of IDRR 2022 prior to the User Forum. IDRR 2022 will be released to the public on 1st April 2022.
For the duration of the forum, Sunday, Monday & Tuesday, 13th to 15th March, Dr Muttart will be providing an overview of the new spreadsheets that are included in the new IDRR 2021, discussing the new and updated research, and going through each of the new spreadsheets with step-by-step case studies in the application of IDRR to specific crash scenarios, utilising the new spreadsheets.
This is an opportunity for those who already own IDRR, to gain knowledge in the new data that is being made available within the latest version of the program, or those new to IDRR to understand how it is best used.
The Forum is being held in San Diego, California and so will be running in Pacific Standard Time (PST) which means it will run between 4:30pm & 1:30am UTC/GMT each day.
IDRR allows crash reconstructionists to incorporate human factors and driver response research into real-life crash scenarios; and assists in determining acceleration rate, acceleration time, deceleration rate, search times, response to lead vehicles, traffic signals, steering and braking capabilities, response, avoidance, and discernability distance, amongst many more calculation features. IDRR utilises a technique called "Adjustment-to-Baseline", which compares and applies real-life scenarios (your cases) to published, peer reviewed studies.
To register to take part in the forum please contact:
Lynn Carangelo via e-mail at email@example.com and she will contact you direct with regard to payment.