3D Laser Scanning and
JRLA uses the FARO Focus 3D laser scanner to scan vehicles and sites involved in a collision to assist in the reconstruction process.
A Leader in 3D Forensic Documentation
A laser scanner is a computer-controlled, laser-based measuring and imaging system used to create highly detailed and millimeter-accurate 3D computer models of objects and sites. JRLA uses the FARO Focus 3D laser scanner to scan vehicles and sites involved in a collision. (See Examples)
To our knowledge, we were the first accident reconstruction firm in the U.S. to own and use a laser scanner for railroad accident reconstruction. Railroads, highway agencies, industries, and experts are increasingly using laser scanning to document assets meaning that this technology will increasingly be at issue in accident cases. JRLA meets these challenges with the ability to both work with our own scan data and work with data from outside sources.
- Evidence Preservation
- Vehicles & Sites
- High Resolution
- Multiple 3D Formats
- Inaccessible Areas