> Airplane Crash Reconstruction – Introtech Crash Reconstruction

Introtech is one of the few reconstruction companies that have the in-house capability of investigating and reconstructing aviation casualties.  This is a highly specialized field of investigation that demands specialized education along with extensive flying experience.

The members of Introtech who were former Ohio State Troopers have had the experience of actually investigating aviation crashes from an on-scene perspective.  At the upper end of our capabilities, James Crawford is a retired U.S. Coast Guard pilot with thousands of hours of  flying experience from fixed wing to rotary wing aircraft.  He has a Master Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the U.S. Navy.  We maintain contact with other retired military pilots who assist us on a case by case basis.  Our staff member Scott Danniger was a parachute rigger in the U.S. Army Special Forces and assists in cases involving hang gliding and skydiving.

Over the years Introtech has taught basic accident investigation classes to various law enforcement agencies in northern and southwestern Ohio.  Our aviation analysis cases have taken us from Ohio to Florida.