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In-vehicle infotaintment systems allow vehicle users to perform a number of tasks including making/receiving phone calls, send/receive text messages, utilizing navigation, access social media and internet services while driving. Bluetooth technology and/or smartphones can assist drivers to use the capabilities of infotainment systems while driving. Infotaintment system Electronic Control Modules (ECM’s) can store information including vehicle information, user data and navigation data which can be useful for forensic investigations and accident reconstruction.

Imagine automobile claims where cell phone usage while driving is suspected, or a vehicle theft or a hit and run where the driver of the subject vehicle states he/she was not near the accident location on the date of the accident. Berla Corporation has developed a tool, known as iVe, which can assist in investigating claims related to vehicle fraud, cell phone use while driving, vehicle theft and other forensic investigations.

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