An Airbag Control Module (ACM), commonly referred to as a “Black Box”, is a device on passenger vehicles that can store information when an accident occurs. ECMs are devices on larger commercial vehicle engines that help control and monitor engine functions. One of the benefits of these systems is they can store information related to accident reconstruction, when collisions occur. These modules have different capabilities depending on the make, model, and year they were installed so it’s important to know the various system capabilities. While some manufacturers have minimal information, others have a treasure trove of detail that is truly invaluable to your case. Passenger vehicle ACMs may contain information that is relevant to your case, even if the airbag did not deploy! This is a potentially important piece of evidence in your case and the engineers at Quality Forensic Engineering, LLC can help you retrieve and interpret that evidence.