Laser scanning for forensic investigations

December 8, 2011

WHITEPAPER:
Basic crime scene documentation requires highly detailed accounts of evidence at the scene. However, it can be a challenge for investigators and technicians to document everything given the short window of collection time and the sensitivity of the evidence. This whitepaper discusses how 3D laser scanners can be utilized to document crime scenes in a more comprehensive manner compared to traditional tools.

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