New 3D Crime Scene Reconstruction product available from FFC
We are delighted to announce our new 3D crime scene reconstruction product that will be delivered with our partners Advanced Laser Imaging Ltd. The latest in laser scanning equipment coupled with cutting edge metrology software will be used in crime scene reconstruction enabling an accurate determination of a bullet’s trajectory to be established. This new partnership will enable us to provide an unparalleled service to our customers allowing us to determine and graphically represent a bullet’s trajectory, ballistic damage and wound ballistics.
The team at Advanced Laser Imaging was, until recently, at the forefront of developing and applying laser scanning technology and photogrammetry to criminal investigations and security operations within the Met Police.
Their focus and skill is in exploiting the immersive, highly accurate, 3D datasets and environments, produced by laser scanning, to create powerful new tools for investigators and for use in courts.
With years of unparalleled experience on some of the highest profile homicides, rape cases, inquests and other major events and incidents in London, no other group have the level of expertise that is now available in the UK and overseas.
Together, FFC and ALI, bring a unique product to the marketplace allowing us to deliver bespoke solutions to all of your bullet trajectory reconstruction analysis requirements.
Please contact us, Mark will be happy to discuss your requirements on a free initial consultation basis. Fore more information on ALI please click here: