Scan. Analyze. Deliver.
Crime scene reconstruction can be accomplished in a variety of ways. In some cases, data compiled at the scene, such as location of evidence and blood spatter interpretation, as well as the possible movements and final resting place of the body is later inserted into a computer to provide three-dimensional videos that illustrate what may have happened at the scene. Any crime scene may be “reconstructed” through proper examination or interpretation of the physical evidence gathered from the scene.
One Person. Three Easy Steps
Step 1:- Scan the Scene
Begin by scanning the scene using a 3D laser scanner to preserve evidence at the incident site such as blood spatter, tire skid marks, or vehicle positions. This scan, or point cloud, is an actual recording of 3D data points at the scene that can be stored indefinitely and used for later analysis. 3D laser scanning reduces manpower demands by up to 80% over other types of on-site data collection.
Step 2:- Analyze Data
Next, take the point cloud scan data back to your office and begin analyzing it using specialized diagramming and mapping software to generate necessary reports and results.
Step 3:- Deliver the Evidence
Finally, present your findings. Turn your results into presentations that can be delivered as visually compelling testimony to juries, District Attorneys, insurance companies, and others during litigation activities.