Mr. Jackson specializes in analysis and reconstruction of complex accident events involving on-road, industrial, construction, and agricultural vehicles, and equipment and their control systems. Military, agricultural, and other specialized experiences in his background contribute to his practical analyses and clear conclusions of scientific and engineering concepts.
Mr. Jackson’s consulting experience includes vehicle and industrial accident reconstruction, unintended vehicle movement analysis, vehicle testing, component analysis, machine dynamics, intellectual property, and GPS data analysis. He is skilled in non-destructive testing, data acquisition and instrumentation, digital imagery, photogrammetry, and spatial geometric relationships.
He is also skilled in computer simulations of complex mechanisms and has experience as a computing systems manager, software programmer, and computer hardware integrator. His practical background and computer simulation skills led to his becoming an early technical computer animator. This combination of skills provides him the ability to perform analyses of vehicle and industrial equipment situations and to provide easily understandable visual interpretations of their results.
Mr. Jackson attained the rank of Captain in the U.S. Army. He trained on and was licensed to operate a variety of military vehicles including heavy trucks and construction equipment. During his military research assignments, simulations of on and off road military systems were developed. He holds a patent related to vehicle simulation and testing.
Mr. Jackson holds professional engineering licenses in nine states.