CAD Zone Training

by valvino 3. July 2013 11:17

Use Crash Zone and Crime Zone for Mapping Any Crime or Accident Scene.

With an ever increasing number of technological advances sometimes it’s easy to overlook the fundamental concepts that underpin effective dialog. Investigators can be overrun with 'point clouds' fly-throughs, animations, orthrectified images, and simulations that would have you believe that's all you need in your courtroom presentation! Simply present the jury with a simulation--so there's no need to produce those old fashioned diagrams….right? Hardly!

Crash Zone 3D Rendering

Highly accurate diagrams are still the best way to tell the story as point-cloud fly-throughs never describe or explain how the data was gathered or why it was important to a particular incident. Diagrams illustrate in logical sequence the events that ultimately led to the crash. This step by step story telling is what will convince a jury, not an animation by itself. While point clouds and simulations offer impressive visual display, most investigators know it’s not enough. Bobby Jones, a law enforcement officer and crash reconstructionist in Tennessee for more than 25 years, explains, "Diagrams are the best way to illustrate the complex mechanisms of a forensic analysis such as vectors, momentum, blood spatter and bullet trajectories."

Crash Zone and Crime Zone training is essential to the precision art of diagramming an accurate account of any crime or accident scene. For 20 plus years users of these excellent diagram tools have been bringing the best possible diagrams to court. Be it 2D or 3D why not tell the story in a clear concise manner free from clutter?

Utilizing LTI's TruSpeed SX and CAD Zone's Crash and Crime Zone software, uploading is easy and accurate. Training is being offered in a number of locations around the country. Find a CAD Zone training near you or call Laser Technology at 1-800-OWN-A-LTI for more information.

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