The ARC-CSI Crash Conference continues to set the standard for excellence in live, fully instrumented practical crash testing anywhere. Each year for the past 14 years, the ARC-CSI Crash Team has conducted multiple, fully instrumented crash tests that have been the basis for valuable insight into how various crash scenarios occur and have become the basis for a wealth of information on vehicle systems and operations. Nothing compares to an opportunity to see live, full scale crash tests and then, hours later, get your hands on actual data, video, photos and other documentation of those tests to take back and improve your crash reconstruction job performance. Each and every attendee leaves the conference with a data DVD that includes all of the crash test data (including high resolution video, digital pictures, CDR data, drawing files, and more) and speaker Power Points.
This year the crash tests will again be conducted in the NASCAR area of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on the first Monday of the conference. All attendees will be bused to the Speedway (or you can take your own car) where we will spend a full day witnessing live crash testing. Attendees will gather in a private air-conditioned room with a panoramic view of the NASCAR track and have an opportunity to participate in a variety of activities and presentations during the "down-time" between crash tests. This room provides free Wi-Fi and also overlooks the crash testing area. Refreshments are provided along with lunch. This is a great opportunity to see live crash scenarios and network with your peers. Bring your camera and/or video cameras as we allow you to use your own equipment if you wish. Our crash team will also be photographing and videotaping all crashes from multiple angles and will all be included on the conference data DVD.
Following crash day we are back at the Palace Station Hotel for three days of technical presentations from leading subject matter experts. The ARC-CSI Crash Conference prides itself on bringing a variety of exceptional speakers and presentation topics to expand your knowledge of collision reconstruction and investigation. On the final day of the conference the ARC-CSI Crash Team presents each crash scenario conducted on day one with examples of how to use the data for future review and comparison.
Optional "birds-eye" view of the crashes
on the patio outside the media center
NASCAR Media Center for networking and
presentations on crash day.
Garage bay at the NASCAR track used by
the ARC-CSI Crash Crew to prep cars