Laser scanning efficiency of outdoor crash & crime scenes

June 23, 2016

WHITEPAPER:
The use of a Laser Scanner at crime and crash scenes offers different workflows with varying degrees of time required at the scene. In cases where speed of capture and efficiency are factors, the approach taken at the scene must change to minimize the number of scans and overall time required, without sacrificing the necessary level of detail and area covered by the scanner. In this whitepaper, scanning and point cloud registration methods are discussed to determine the most efficient approach to capturing data at a crime or crash scene. 

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