AUSA 2019

by admin 11. October 2019 07:38

The annual AUSA meeting is being held October 14 - 16 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C. Known as the largest land power exposition and professional development forum in North America, AUSA offers attendees a great opportunity to learn from informative presentations, panel discussions, workshops, and more. With this year's theme of "America's Army: Ready Now, Investing in the Future" the meeting is expecting over 30,000 attendees, offers over 130 educational programs, and more than 700 exhibits showing the latest in technology and services. More...

Annual SouthWest Police Motorcycle Training Competition 2019

by admin 4. April 2019 10:14

Join Laser Technology at the 23rd annual SouthWest Police Motorcycle Training Competition being held April 12 - 13th. Benefitting Kent's Heart and Hope Foundation, this event gives law enforcement officers in the area a chance to hone their riding skills and compete against each other. The event is open to the public and will be held at the Park Place Mall.

Laser Technology, Inc. representatives will be in attendance enjoying the competition and showcasing our laser measurement devices for traffic safety applications from speed enforcement to crash scene investigations.

2019 CHIA Conference

by admin 19. February 2019 08:48

Join in and help celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the annual (California Homicide Investigators Association) CHIA conference. Held February 26 - March 1 at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, the conference is the place for crime scene investigators, homicide investigators and other law enforcement professionals from the Western U.S. to see the latest information, services and technologies for their profession. More...

Drone Mapping: Aerial and Ground Measurements

by TNyland 14. February 2019 11:26

The rapid advancement and multiplying options have drastically reduced the cost of drones, shifting business models for a variety of industries. The number of public safety agencies acquiring drones has risen by 82% in the last year alone. Drones and lasers are transforming the way investigators collect their data on scene and are rapidly becoming one of the most invaluable tools for investigators who are tasked with accurate crash, crime, and fire analysis.

Drones provide many benefits to crash, crime, and fire investigators, and while there is a cool and fun element to flying a drone there are extensive rules, regulations, and certifications that need to be completed before one is able to fly their drone high in the sky and take their investigative skills to the next level. More...

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