Charles King, ACTAR

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Charles King’s professional experience includes nearly 10 years within the automotive service and commercial parts industries as well as more than five years of experience as a forensic engineering technician. In this role, he applies his educational background in mechanical engineering to the forensic evaluation of traffic crashes. An avid peer educator, he has previously developed a curriculum for and taught an 80-hour course on Accident Reconstruction. Mr. King devotes his free time to performing autonomous vehicle technology research at the University of Central Florida.

Charles King is an accredited traffic accident reconstructionist consulting in matters associated with commercial and passenger vehicle accidents, event data recorders, vehicle dynamics, non-motorist collisions, and other large loss events.

Key Expertise

  • Passenger Vehicle Accidents
  • Heavy Truck Accidents
  • Non-Motorist Accidents
  • Event Data Retrieval
  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • Mechanical Defects and Failures
  • Monte Carlo Simulation

Professional Registration:

  • #3526 ACTAR Accredited Traffic Accident Reconstructionist
  • Code Foundation for ROS, The Construct, 2022
  • Crash Data Retrieval Technician, Collision Safety Institute
  • ASE Automotive Parts Specialist – P2
  • ASE Medium/Heavy Truck Parts – P1
  • Autodesk Certified Professional – AutoCAD
  • FAA Certified UAS Commercial Pilot

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Aerial Photoscanning with Ground Control Points from USGS LiDAR
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