Written by Steve Hull
Successful forensic engineering investigations rely heavily on attention to detail, which is why it is imperative to employ certain tools in the lab such as the a digital microscope. With the invention of digital photography, field investigations and laboratory examinations have improved greatly in quality and efficiency.
The 2015 AViCON Aviation Insurance Conference will be hosted at RTI’s World Headquarters and Research Centre. Coming up this Fall on September 10th and 11th, we have many wonderful sponsors supporting this event. This week, we highlight Michael L. Dworkin and Associates.
The 2015 April issue of The Bridge, features RTI’s Alain Schembri and the development of ISO 28007. The Bridge is a SAMI publication on Maritime Security.
RTI is pleased to announce that Steve Hull, RTI’s Global Director of Aviation, is speaking at The Chicago Bar Association Aviation Seminar, (CBA), on Thursday, April 23, 2015, at 12:00 PM Central Time. The seminar, titled “Litigating the Foreign Airline Crash” addresses the legal and practical issues that arise with foreign aviation accidents.
Last week, RTI posted a case study regarding auto manufacturers’ heavy reliance on electronics to improve safety and function of passenger vehicles.
ISO 28007 – 1:2015 CERTIFICATION
The ISO 28000 and ISO 28007 – 1:2015 have become the benchmark quality standard enabling ship operators to ensure they receive the highest professional services from within the Private Maritime Security Market.
In recent years, passenger vehicle manufacturers have heavily incorporated electronics in their vehicle lineups.