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In the early 1980's, the use of computers for crash safety research was limited to large corporations or research institutions with access to mainframe computers. In 1982, EDC founder Terry D. Day set out to change that.

In 1984, EDC revolutionized the vehicle safety industry by introducing the first commercially available suite of crash reconstruction programs, called EDVAP (Engineering Dynamics Vehicle Analysis Package), that included five programs: EDCRASH, EDSMAC, EDSVS, EDVTS and EDCAD.

In 1996, EDC again revolutionized the industry, this time introducing the first fully integrated 3-D crash simulation tool, called HVE (Human, Vehicle, Environment), that allowed users to build detailed crash scenes and perform real-time 3-D reconstructions and simulations involving all types of vehicle crashes that also included human occupants and pedestrians.

In 2012, 30 years after it was founded, EDC continues to drive the state-of-the-art in crash reconstruction technology with advancements that include SIMON, DyMESH, HVE Hydroplaning Model, HVE Brake Designer, HVE ABS and Electronic Stability Control Models, DamageStudio and much more.

EDC's focused efforts result in highly-validated, robust tools as well as unparalleled customer support and training for industry professionals. Seen as an issue of integrity, EDC does not offer litigation consulting services to the crash reconstruction community.

To learn more about HVE, HVE-2D and HVE-CSI, contact EDC at 888.768.6216.

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Beaverton, OR 97008

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