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Digital Forensic Evidence Sources Related to Investigation and Analysis of Damage and Injury Causing Incidents
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published January 17, 2022 by SAE International in United States
This SAE Information Report attempts to provide a list of potential digital data recording devices that may be interrogated for forensic purposes. This list may not be exhaustive, but it lists sources of data that may be useful in the investigation of incidents such as motor vehicle collisions. This list is not intended to give instruction on how to access and preserve the data. This list is only to inform investigators that these known data sources may contain important information and should, if applicable, be searched for and queried. It is recognized that as the state of technology advances there may be additional data sources that become available.
This SAE Information Report is intended to provide a reference and background information detailing potential sources of digital forensic evidence that may be used by forensic analysts to investigate, reconstruct, and analyze damage and injury causing incidents.
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Crash Data Collection and Analysis Standards Committee
To continue the work developed from previous AIRP committee and to develop new practices that cover protocols, measures, and equipment
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