Join us as we explore the ABC’s of the 2nd Annual International Educational Conference hosted by IAFSM (The International Association of Forensic & Security Metrology). This year’s theme Accuracy, Brevity, Clarity, is intended to reflect the duties of public safety officials and how to be efficient in the field. As the Platinum Sponsor, FARO is […]
The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office (Oregon) leads an interagency Criminal Reconstruction and Forensic Team (CRAFT) that includes reconstructionists from eight different police agencies. Criminalist Bryon O’Neil commented on how effective the FARO Focus3D X 330 laser scanner is at capturing crash and crime scenes, “By using the scanner, we spend less time on the scene, we get better data, and we can use a smaller crew. I prefer […]
FARO will be attending SPAR 2014 taking place on April 14-17, 2014 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The conference focuses on business and technology considerations for end-to-end 3D measurement including information about available and in-process solutions, approaches, and work processes in a range of disciplines.
Laser scanning is rapidly gaining acceptance and becoming more and more commonplace in the law enforcement and accident reconstruction communities. Over the past few years, hardware and software have improved significantly creating a simpler, overall system to capture immense detail in a short period of time.
These are 10, of the many, reasons to consider laser scanners for a forensic application:
1) Easy to use: Many manufacturers are moving toward a simpler interface making operation of the scanner more like a digital camera than a complicated survey instrument.