It is increasingly more acceptable to rely on 3d point cloud surveys that provide more accurate data of the areas where accidents or natural disasters have taken place. This technology represents an irreplaceable source of data for the investigative analysis and research, as every element of the scene is fully reported, reproduced and maintained for future analysis indefinitely.
From the data collected at a given scene, it is possible to create 3D models, plans and sections. But also, to view the point cloud model from which you can directly analyze and measure the extraordinary data.
The information obtained with this aerial survey may be held as legally reliable and can therefore be used during a legal proceeding. The main features that make this technology the appropriate choice for the legal and investigative fields are:
Forensic surveys may be used to assist with:
- Adverse Possession Claims
- Boundary Disputes
- Flood Migration Studies and Damage Assessments
- Landslide Investigations
- Foundation Settlement Investigations
- Structural Deformation Investigations
- Storm Damage Assessments
- Environmental Contamination Investigations
- Accident Scene Reconstruction
- Crime Scene Investigations
The main features that make this technology the right choice for the legal and investigative fields are:
- Reliability and accuracy of the measures
- Preservation of the scene over time
- Possibility to survey portions of places of any type and/or dimension.
Benefits when using Skyscene:
- Non-invasive Survey (no need to physically reach the objects to measure);
- Absolute Completeness of information (instrumentation detects everything visible);
- 3D modelling and visualization;
- Quick surveys, 48 to 72 hours;
- Quick and easy location flexibility in the field thus allowing surveyors to work in less hazardous areas.