Delta-V Experts utilise the latest in Computer Accident Reconstruction Software to provide additional elements to our Accident Reconstructions.

Delta-V Experts Forensic Engineers extensively use PC-Crash for Accident Reconstructions and Multi-Body Reconstructions, amongst other software packages.

PC-Crash provides our Forensic Engineers with a tool to validate and visualise the accident and how it has occurred. It also provides us with a means of simulating alternative scenarios (e.g. what affect bald tyres would have, what affect ESC or ABS would have, what affect a roadside barrier would have). Our Forensic Engineers are highly trained in the use of software packages such as PC-Crash and have completed over 20,000 simulations between them.

The use of a software package like PC-Crash can provide you with additional information, a way to further validate the Accident Reconstruction results, a high quality visual aid to illustrate the accident and simulate the results of alternative scenarios.

Delta-V Experts is the exclusive distributor of PC-Crash in Australia and New Zealand.  For information regarding the software and training on PC-Crash, please Contact Us.

Accident Reconstruction

Specialist Accident Reconstruction services in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and Internationally by trained and highly experienced Forensic Engineers.  Our Forensic Engineers investigate all types of accidents from Motor Vehicle Accidents, Industrial Accidents and Workplace Accidents.




Delta-V Experts utilises state of the art collision Simulation and reconstruction software. Our highly experienced Forensic Engineers can devleop a high quality computer simulation to validate and visualise the accident. Delta-V Experts is the exclusive distributor of PC-Crash in Australia and New Zealand. PC-Crash is a 3D collision and trajectory simulation tool that enables quick and accurate analysis of a wide variety of motor vehicle collisions and other incidents.




Delta-V Experts prides itself on staying at the forefront of technology in Accident Reconstruction and Investigations.