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Public Safety - Forensics

Using Handheld 3D Scanners for Crime & Crash Scenes

How to get fast and complete 3D documentation in minutes

Wed, Jul 15, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM EST

What if you could wave your hand and capture what you see in 3D?

Handheld 3D Scanners bring a new level of 3D capture to scene investigation and reconstruction. The ability to move in and around objects quickly is a game changer, but it is critical with any fast documentation that details are not lost once leaving the scene.

With the new FARO® Freestyle 2 it is now possible to document complex areas in 3D without sacrificing quality for speed. This advanced handheld 3D forensic Scanner gives investigators and reconstructionists the power of immediate real-time visualizations with photorealistic reality capture capabilities in their hands.

Join us for this free webinar to explore the applications of this Handheld 3D Scanner with one of our own forensic reality capture experts. Learn what makes this a power tool for investigations and reconstructions.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Explore how the new Freestyle 2 can be used for investigations or reconstructions
  • Learn how it can be used in analysis and to create court presentations
  • Hear from others in the field
  • Live Q&A

This webinar has ended. CLICK HERE to watch the recording.

David Dustin

Director of Industry Solutions – Public Safety

David Dustin is the Director of Industry Solutions at FARO, focusing on Public Safety. Prior to joining FARO in 2017, David was the President of Dustin Forensics creating forensic animations and 3D crime scenes for over a decade, where he specialized in the use of 3D Laser Scanners for use in forensics, and forensic training for engineering firms, law enforcement (local/state/federal), military, and accident reconstructionists.

Additionally, David was the Director of the International Association of Forensic Security and Metrology (IAFSM), and a member of the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction. He has provided a significant amount of pro-bono service work, particularly for law enforcement agencies that do not have funds for technical expertise or equipment. This service work was comprised of laser scanning crime scenes and assisting with the creation of the deliverables.