Within a very short time after a crime, urgent steps must be taken to avoid deterioration of the scene and loss of evidence. The 3D Laser Scanning can mitigate the risk by quickly scanning a scene to record a detailed 3D point cloud overlaid with color images. This 3D forensic documentation captures the entire scene before the site is compromised. With this digital evidence, forensic scientists can examine the scene at a later date for lines of sight, a bullet trajectory or a blood spatter analysis. 3D scanning turns crime scene sketches into a digital forensic tool.
When developing and building complex and technologically advanced military systems, defense manufacturers rely on measurement accuracy and speed.
For armies, navies and air forces across the world, portable CMMs and other 3D measurement technology solutions from 3D laser scanning in the form of measuring arms, laser trackers, and 3D laser scanners are helping to build military vehicles and weapons such as tanks, frigates, and fighter air crafts.
These portable metrology systems handle tasks such as component inspection and reverse engineering, retrofitting components and systems, environment mapping and battle damage documentation.