Bryan C. Randles, MS, ACTAR
Mr. Randles holds degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Kinesiology, with an emphasis in Biomechanics, and has been employed in the field of biomechanics and accident reconstruction since 1998. He is accredited as an accident reconstructionist through ACTAR (Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstructionists). Mr. Randles has been employed in the field of biomechanics for over 19 years, specializing in automotive trauma causation and prevention, accident reconstruction, pedestrian accidents, transit accidents, amusement park ride safety and occupant tolerance.
Mr. Randles has many peer reviewed publications on topics including pedestrian behavior and accidents, occupant kinematics, driver behavior, low-speed impacts, low speed vehicles and golf cars and the use of photogrammetry in accident reconstruction. Mr. Randles has given presentations at engineering conferences, accident reconstruction conferences, transportation seminars and other technical meetings.
Mr. Randles has conducted hundreds of instrumented tests, analyzing topics including vehicle crash performance, occupant kinematics, pedestrian impacts and amusement park ride performance. He has conducted crash tests for various entities, including accident reconstruction organizations and meetings, chiropractic organizations, and several television programs, including programs on The Discovery Channel and National Geographic channel. Mr. Randles is a member of several professional societies, including the Society of Automotive Engineers, California Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists, and is a member of the ASTM Committee F-24 on Amusement Rides and Devices.