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CED Technologies, Inc. (CED) is a leading engineering company specializing in forensic engineering, accident reconstruction, rapid responder services and engineering studies. In addition to industry standards testing and research, CED provides litigation support and expertise for some of the most well-known law firms, insurance companies and manufacturers nationwide.

Founded in 1987 by a group of United States Naval Academy graduates and professors intent upon applying proven science and engineering principles to the reconstruction of accidents, CED now consists of six regional offices staffed with engineers possessing considerable experience in various areas of expertise

Forensic Engineering

Forensic Engineering

Certified and highly qualified engineering experts who perform detailed and in-depth investigations in several different areas of expertise.

Accident Reconstruction

Accident Reconstruction

Industry experience, academic achievements, extensive training and advanced technology  help our engineers fully analyze every aspect and detail of a complex accident.

Expert Engineers

Expert Witness Services

We believe taking our investigation methods and use of the latest technology to the courtroom or claim environment effectively provides reliable opinions and consistent results without challenge.

Drone Applications in Forensics

Expert Profie: Thomas Hannon, P.E.

CED's Testing on Flat Bottom Vessels

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    Operators of consumer products and industrial machines frequently are exposed to potential hazards. Such hazards include moving or hot parts, toxic chemicals, exposed electrical circuits and material that may be ejected at high speed. However, hazards like these cannot always…
  • worker safety
    CED was retained in litigation where the emphasis of the case centered on worker safety, specifically the crucial need for Lock Outs/Tag Outs where industrial machinery is involved. In this particular case, a wood shredder plant had a piece of…

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