"With the help of S-E-A Vice President, Jason Baker, Today`s Engineer discusses what it takes to make it in the field of Forensic Engineering."
Together with S-E-A`s Jason Baker and the National Academy of Forensic Engineers` Marvin Specter, Today`s Engineer focuses on the field of forensic engineering. What does it take to become a forensic engineer? What qualities beyond technical expertise and experience are needed? What`s important to know about the field?
"S-E-A educates on a day filled with hands-on experiences."
Experts from S-E-A`s Trucking Practice Group educated and entertained all in attendance during a one day "Trucking CSI" event. Attendees received a hands-on education by climbing under, on and around the on-stie tractor-trailer with S-E-A team members. Having the opportunity to sit in the driver`s seat, start the engine and engage the air brakes, many walked away with an appreciation for what it feels like to sit behind the wheel.
"…when we can put [the fire safety explanation] together with the visual of the fire and the technical data that S-E-A`s able to collect today…we`re really able to drive the point home."
S-E-A`s team of fire investigators and electrical engineers teamed up with the Orange Township Fire Department during their annual Fire Safety Week open house to conduct a live burn demonstration using two 8x8 burn cells. The burn test was designed to increase public awareness of fire safety and to collect valuable data comparing the application of residential sprinkler systems and their effect on the dynamics of a fire.
"S-E-A makes headline news with new laboratory & Rollover Simulator."
S-E-A announced the opening of its new, state-of-the-art laboratory and Research Center with the unveiling of one of the most technologically advanced Roll Simulator`s in the world. S-E-A`s engineers believe that this new device will revolutionize both vehicle dynamics and vehicular accident reconstruction.