Radar technology uses the scientific principle of radio waves to determine the range or velocity of an object. A radar expert witness typically has a background in electrical engineering or physics, and may be an active member of a technical industry organization such as the IEEE.
The term radar is credited to the U.S. Navy as an acronym for Radio Detection and Ranging. Examples of modern applications of a radar device include air traffic control, air-defense systems, antimissile systems, autonomous vehicles, and ground-penetrating radar for geological observations. And we have all seen a police officer with police radar gun pointed in our direction.
Often, matters requiring radar expert witness work involve patent infringement or trade secret litigation. Expert witness services by a radar expert witness could include a visual estimation, expert report, expert opinion, and/or trial testimony. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, an attorney may require a subject matter expert with prior expert witness testimony experience. In addition, clients may seek a subject matter expert for pre-litigation consulting work.
While many experts have radar expertise, a radar expert witness carries the additional responsibility of providing expert testimony before the court in a manner whereby a judge and jury can understand the technology and evidence.
Whether the case involves LiDAR, a radar unit or radar device, a radar speed measuring device, an autonomous vehicle, or a laser gun, Cahn Litigation Services has the experience required to turn an expert witness search around quickly and provide the right balance of expertise and testimony to support each unique project and its nuances.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Radar experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Radar landscape.
This expert received a diploma in electrical and computer engineering, an M.S.E.E. in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering. This expert is the recipient of numerous academic awards. This expert has authored or coauthored more than 160 journal and conference papers. This expert's research interests include sensors for transportation applications, computer vision, and control systems. This expert's transportation research has included projects involving vision-based sensing and classification. This expert developed a vehicle following system using imaging sensors and then worked with a variety of sensors including LiDAR to develop pedestrian detection schemes, lane following systems, obstacle avoidance, and connected vehicles, etc. This work has led to a relationship with an automobile manufacturer where this expert handles many IPRs, ex-parte reviews, and two district court cases related to radar, cameras, and LiDAR sensors. It has also led to negotiations for a large contract with DHS for a ground robot that will monitor the southern border. The idea is to operate for a few hours on rough terrain and collect data. This expert has strong experience with the design and building of intelligent vehicle systems, and has been teaching relevant classes that involve LiDAR, for decades.
This expert has an extensive background in the physical sciences and mathematics: engineering and science degrees plus many years in the high-technology defense/aerospace industry. This expert's forensic experience includes cases dealing with electric circuits, electric shock, lightning damage, electrically ignited fires, wire and radio communications, radio interference, cellular and wireless telephone technology, audio and video reproduction, surveillance and tracking systems, industrial machinery controls, traffic radar and lidar, automotive electronics, and other electrical and electronic equipment.
One project required this expert to examine and disassemble a free-standing ATM in a laboratory in order to find the design flaw that led to its occasional malfunction (and of other similar ATMs).
This expert's expertise in electronic computing and controls includes:
This expert's training and experience with hundreds of incidents involving failures, mis-designs, and malfunctions allows this expert to understand and analyze the "next new thing" -- from smartphones to the smart grid -- accurately and efficiently.
This expert has contributed to a variety of legal matters all based on electrical equipment and electronic computing and controls technology including: electric shock, electrical wiring, electrical fire and lightning damage, audio and video recording, radio broadcasting, traffic radar and lidar, electronic control circuitry, cellular phone localization, electronic surveillance, consumer electronics capabilities, automobile control systems, radio and telephone communication, electrical accidents, and industrial machinery. This expert has been deposed 30 times and testified in state and federal courts 30 times (different cases).
This expert holds a PhD in Physics, and leads a technology consultancy specializing in Electro-Optics Sensor System Analysis, Modeling & Design. This expert has deep experience with LiDAR and LADAR systems and has worked for aerospace companies' systems in instrumentation and delivery of information to the cockpit. This expert also worked for a defense contractor using LiDAR range-finders for tanks. This expert's technical skills include LiDAR & LADAR Design, build, testing and integration, Laser Systems Analysis & Modeling, Electro-Optics Sensor System Analysis, Modeling & Design, as well as Mathematical Analysis & System Engineering.
This expert has been developing telematics systems. This expert's expertise includes LiDAR sensors, Radar, camera, Navigation, Telematics, and Data Science, as well as Positioning, communications & mapping technologies. Most of this expert's hands-on experience has been for safety and Advanced Driver Assistance Applications (ADAS). This expert participated in the early development of key telematics technologies, including positioning, communications and mapping, and worked with most automakers, suppliers and government agencies. This expert has been involved in the deployment of many telematics systems from Automatic Collision Notification to systems for Stability Control and Driver Assistance. This expert has good litigation support and testimony experience but not so much that this expert would be viewed as a hired gun.
This expert is an Associate at a University, and a Co-PI in the National Science Foundation funded National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping. This expert was formerly the Vice President of Engineering for a LIDAR remote sensing company. This expert has been active in the design, development and operation of kinematic remote sensing systems for many years. This expert regularly consults with a LiDAR unit used in almost all autonomous vehicle testing. This expert holds a B.Sc. and Ph.D. in Geomatics Engineering, and is a registered Professional Engineer.