Conference Schedule

(subject to change)

                                                                                       Sunday, February 23
 Basic Laser Scanning Certification Course - Separate Registration Fee applies - General Session begins Monday, February 24 with the off site event and presentations held Tuesday-Thursday (see below)
Monday, February 24 
 8am-4pm   The IAFSM will host a workshop event on property at the Inn at Opryland.
Crash and Scene Documentation, Hands On

Details and a daily schedule are being worked on and will be updated accordingly.  Please see the Workshop event page for further information.

After the offsite event - the Basic Laser Scanning Certification exam will be given.


  Tuesday, February 25   Wednesday, February 26   Thursday, February 27
8-815am
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Bryon O'Neil, President, IAFSM
Manufacture Update
Z+F
8:15-8:30
8-830am Hallway Shooting Case Study

Joshua Cohen,
Fat Pencil Studio

8-9am

Forensic Photogrammetry Techniques Using Point Clouds
Mark Johnson, Visual Law Group 


830-9am Double Homicide Shooting-3D Scan to Plan Diagram in MAP360 including Trajectory Analysis
Brad Joice
830-9am Collision Crash Case Study,
Jeanne Walford
9am-9:30am Jason Keller, NCIS 
9-930am

Field Report About the Use of Handheld Scanners in the use of Forensics
Eric Bergholz,
Oliver Nieman,
Laser Scanning Europe

9-930am

Snow and Soil Impression Tests with a Portable High-Resolution Automated 3D Imaging System
Dr. Song Zhang,
Purdue University



930-945am Break 930-10am Break 930-10am Break
945-11am

Trimble
Riegl
Leica
Faro
InputAce

10-10:30am Russell Boynton,
FARO 
10:00am-11am

David Dustin,
Past President, IAFSM





 
These will run 15 minutes each
1030-11am

PIX4D and Drone Mapping, Enabling a Great PointCloud with Less Field Work
Angad Singh, PIX4D

11-11:30am From Capture to Court
Jason Barr, ESR
11-1130am Forensic Matchmoving – Testing the Single Bullet Theory and Reconstructing the JFK Assassination,
Angelos Leiloglou 
11-1130am 3D Documentation Technologies for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Quan Le, Ai2-3D
12noon

Conference Closing Remarks,
Bryon O'Neil,
President IAFSM

1130am-12pm

FBI, Operational Unit and Scene Documentation

Steven Jameson,
Federal Bureau of Investigation 

1130am-1pm Lunch
Upon Conference completion, 16 CEU credits will be awarded to attendees!
12-130pm Lunch 1-3pm

Leica
Workshop
McGavock C

Trimble 
Workshop
McGavock D

RIEGL
Workshop
Bellvue

DotProduct
Workshop
Hospitality Room



130-3pm Case Study-Best Practices Discussion

William Henningsen, 
Omaha Police


Manufacture Update
DotProduct

followed by break

3-5pm Z+F 

Workshop
McGavock C

FARO
Workshop
McGavock D

InputAct
Workshop
Bellvue

makeSEA
Workshop
Location TBA

All Workshop details are listed below

   
3pm-315  
   
315-330pm        

       
330pm-4pm        
4-5pm

The Use of Laser Scanning and Single Camera Photogrammetry in Suspect Height Analysis

Helen Guryn,
Ai2-3D Forensics

       

         
530-730pm Welcome Reception hosted by Z+F 
       

Workshop Summaries

DotProduct - will offer a hands on session tailored to Expanding the Functionality of the PointCloud with a variety of handheld capture platforms.

FARO - “Combining Scanner & Aerial Point Clouds for Crash Animations”.

InputAce -  In 2020, most criminal and civil investigations will contain video evidence. When combined with 3D laser scanning, video evidence can help answer previously unanswerable questions.  In this session, Brandon Wahl from iNPUT-ACE demonstrates a simple and accurate methodology for leveraging 3D data and video evidence to calculate speed from vehicles, suspect height measurements, and provide 3D visual perspectives to the jury. Using data collected from the crash on Monday, Brandon will guide attendees through a live demonstration of accurately calculating the speed of the vehicle and integrating the video into a point cloud for powerful demonstrative exhibits for court.

Leica - "Demonstrates Innovative Approach to School Safety Scanning" (Click on title for details)

makeSEA

RIEGL - "Productivity at the Crash Scene - Comprehensive Data Capture with Simultaneous Scanning and Imagery"

Detailing Riegl’s unique process to obtain RGB data at the same time as scanning for later colourisation. The workshop covers utilising the Nikon DSLR camera settings, scanner control options, scan positioning and other considerations as well as subsequent processing to achieve excellent colourized data.

Trimble - "Introducing the Trimble X7 Scanner"

Trimble Forensic has looked into limitations of 3D laser scanning for forensics and came up with a solution to address those. Our workshop will focus on this content.

Z+F - "Crash Reconstruction/Laser Scanning and Practical Application"






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