Bosch Annouces Release of Version 16.0 Software

Bosch announces the release of CDR Ver. 16.0 Bosch is pleased to announce the release of the new CDR software version 16.0 software. What’s new for CDR Version 16.0? This new version of CDR software provides EDR readout for Bentley and Lamborghini vehicles. In addition, 2016 model year coverage was added for several OEMs. Refer to the CDR Help File for more detailed coverage information. New Vehicle Coverage Audi (MY2016, US/Canada markets) – A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, Q3 and Q5 vehicles Bentley (MY2016, US/Canada markets) – Mulsanne BMW (MY2014, US/Canada markets) – i3 & i8 Ford / Lincoln (MY2015/2016, US/Canada markets) – 2015 Ford Focus – 2016 Ford Edge – 2016 Lincoln MKX General Motors (MY2016, US/Canada markets) – Various Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMCs were added Honda / Acura (MY2016, US/Canada markets) – Acura ILX – Acura MDX – Acura RDX – Acura RLX – Honda Accord – Honds Civic – Honda Fit – Honda HRV Lamborghini (MY2015, US/Canada markets) – Huracan Mazda (MY2016, US/Canada markets) – CX-3 – CX-5 – Mazda2 – Mazda3 – Mazda6 Nissan (MY2016, US/Canada markets) – 370Z Coupe & Roadster Volkswagen (MY2014, US/Canada markets) – Routan   The Bosch CDR system supports select airbag modules for vehicle as far back as 1996. To see if the pre-crash data from your vehicle’s airbag module can be downloaded please see the BOSCH CDR Coverage List. Veritech engineers utilize the Bosch CDR system as an important tool to aid in performing vehicle accident reconstructions. Airbag modules are capable of recording valuable pre-crash information, such as vehicle speed, brake application and seatbelt usage, but are not capable of telling the entire story. Accident reconstruction engineers must still consider all of the available physical evidence, along with the ACM data, in to order to properly reconstruct an accident. Veritech Consulting Engineering employs Professional Engineers who are specifically trained and certified in the use of the Bosch CDR system and have performed numerous accident reconstructions utilizing airbag module information. Click on the following link for more information on “black box” technology.