Mr. Salinas received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, with a Minor in Business Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is a Mechanical Consultant for S-E-A and is responsible for investigation and analysis of motor vehicle collisions. Mr. Salinas is experienced in the reconstruction of incidents involving passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, as well as rail and other large industrial equipment. He has expertise in the retrieval and analysis of electronic data including passenger vehicle safety systems, heavy vehicle safety systems, as well as other complimentary systems including, but not limited to, dashboard camera recorders, telemetry devices, infotainment systems, and GPS trackers. He is experienced in video analysis, inverse camera projection for 3D camera matching, and physics simulation. Mr. Salinas is proficient in the use of four‑dimensional analysis for the evaluation of complex relationships dependent on space and time.
Mr. Salinas’ experience and expertise also encompasses the investigation and documentation of large‑scale disasters, including marine explosions, crane collapses, pipeline failures, and structural failures. He is practiced in the creation of comprehensive forensic digital twins and high-fidelity 3D models by merging LiDAR, low altitude aerial video and photography, as well as terrestrial video and photography.
3403 N. Sam Houston Pkwy W.,
Houston, TX 77086