The IAFSM is currently working on the workshop schedule for the first day of the conference.  The following speakers have committed to hosting a workshop on Monday, October 30.  They are working on their content and once the course work is ready, we will update the schedule.  The cost of the workshop is included in your registration fee. 

If you already registered, you will receive a workshop sign up email once the content is ready. 

Please note this schedule is subject to change and will be updated accordingly.


Schedule Overview

Workshops

IAFSM Workshop Schedule
Monday, October 30, 2017
 
Time TBA 8am-Noon TBA TBA
Morning workshops times estimated between 8am and 12noon Integrating Drone Based Photogrammetry into Forensic Workflows Z+F RIEGL
William Henningsen  Mark Johnson and Abbe Lyle
Visual Law Group Chris Kercheval RIEGL
Visual Law Group has developed a specific method which is used for acquiring drone based photogrammetry at the highest resolution possible.

This approach involves utilizing simple flight paths around an object, combined with photographs taken at ground level, to generate a 3D dataset. We will demonstrate this approach at a site close to the conference so that attendees can understand and replicate the same approach with their own drones.

 

                     
 


Time
           
1pm - 3pm

1pm - 5pm

1pm-4pm

1pm - 5pm
Afternoon workshops times estimated between 1pm and 4pm FARO
Mark Estcourt,
        Veesus         
Trimble Forensics
Virtual Reality

       
 
  



Conference Schedule

IAFSM 4th Annual Educational Conference Tentative Schedule
  Tuesday, October 31 Wednesday, November 1st Thursday, November 2nd Friday, November 3rd
07:00-08:00
Continental Breakfast
Hanover FG

    Continental Breakfast
Hanover FG   
Continental Breakfast
Hanover FG
Continental Breakfast
Hanover FG
  All sessions take Place in Hanover DE (unless otherwise noted below after title)
08:00-08:30    Welcome and Opening Remarks
        
  David Dustin
 President IAFSM
Mock Trial PointCloud Presentation
William Henningsen
08:30-09:00 Scanning Clandestine Graves
Jason Keller, NCIS

            Mock Trial         

Trimble Forensics
Technology Update
09:00-09:30 The Benefit of 3D Scanning in Anthropology
Tori Berezowski
Ontario, Canada

Results of Crime Scene
Using 3D to Tell the Story
Bryon O'Neil
Oregon City, OR
3D Technologies for Collision Investigation
9:30-10:00
Coffee Break
Hanover FG
Coffee Break
Hanover FG
Coffee Break
Hanover FG
Coffee Break
Hanover FG
10:00-10:30
                                       
  
ATF Bomb Tech Spin Tool and 3D Printing
Doug Brunelle,
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

Z+F
Chris Kercheval
Technology Update
Presentation of Workshop Results
10:30-11:00 
 Best Practices Implementation
11:00-11:30
           

RIEGL
Technology Update
Presenting 3D Scan Data with Interactive 3D PDFs
Matthew Blackwood,
Scanning Cars

11:30-12:00 Scanning Primer
FARO 
Technology Update
Closing Remarks & Conference Certificates
12:00-12:30
End of Conference

Thank you for attending and supporting the IAFSM!
12:30-13:30
Lunch Buffet
Hanover FG
Lunch, On Your Own Lunch, On Your Own  
13:30-14:00
1:30-2:00
ClandestineGrave
Group Workshop (Offsite)
Virtual Reality
  Kurt McManus, ESR


14:00-14:30
2:00-2:30
Accuracy and Repeatability of Bullet Trajectories Using 3D Technologies
Eugene Liscio, Ai2-3D   
    TBA       
 
14:30-15:00
2:30-3:00
    
3D Reconstruction Presentation
 
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break Coffee Break  
15:30-16:00
3:30-4:00
Drone Presentation
Mark Johnson and Abbe Lyle,
Visual Law Group
TBA
 
16:00-16:30
4:00-4:30
TBA
 
16:30-17:00
4:30-5:00
Forensic Collision Investigation 
Dave Foster, North Yorkshire Police
3D Technology for Crime Scene Investigation
 
17:00-17:30 IAFSM Welcome Reception
 Hanover FG
5:30-6:30pm
   
17:30-18:00     
18:00-18:30  
18:30-19:00  

 

 







 











 

 


 

 

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