Welcome to the EDR Data Wiki
This wiki is meant to provide public information about EDRs (Event Data Recorders) that nowadays can be found in many vehicles. While the information posted here is publicly available only authorized users can modify or extend the contents of the wiki. If you wish to contribute please write an email to email@example.com and we'll provide access for anyone who can help to maintain and extend this project.
Currently this wiki focusses on the OEDX standard. You can find more information below.
OEDX is an open file format specification that was developped by tepeg (makers of CDRfinder), DSD Datentechnik (makers of PC-Crash) and the Vehicle Safety Institute (VSI) of the Technical University of Graz.
OEDX is based on industry standard XML and offers a common format for the exchange of EDR data between all types of applications. OEDX has native support for all data elements defined in FMVSR 563 and is extensible by design to allow for extensions and custom/optional data elements. By defining a file format that can act as a hub between retrieval tools, analysis/visualization tools, EDR databases and other applications the use of EDR data will be facilitated for parties downloading, analysing and storing/aggregating EDR data.