Science, technology and engineering are constantly advancing and it can be quite challenging to keep up. Some technology certainly deserves to be known and that is the case with Point Clouds. This tech looks like it is from the future but is increasingly accessible and put to use in many fields. To find out more about this technology and how it can be useful in forensic investigations, we sat down with our expert Brandon Cathcart.
If Aesop illustrated the handling of litigation files ... he would try to make people understand that it is important to begin immediately. In the famous fable the tortoise and the hare, our friend the tortoise, through regular and tireless work, won a race which seemed unattainable at the start!
The biomechanics and accident reconstructions behind Evel Knievel’s spectacular feats (and injuries!). Understanding accidents and their consequences.
Our collision reconstruction group receives lots of inquiries about fraudulent or questionable collision claims. Some of these questions can be resolved by closely inspecting vehicle damage. However, an entirely different set of questions can be addressed by digging into the data stored by a vehicle’s infotainment unit.
Recognized around the world for his exceptional sense of deduction, Sherlock Holmes was driven by his thirst for truth and desire to reveal the culprits in the shadows with solid evidence. One of the arrows in his quiver was the use of avant-garde tools, which allowed him to collect clues and validate his hypotheses.
Living in Canada, we get used to dealing with cold weather for many months of the year and are no strangers to driving in winter conditions. That also means that most people understand and account for the hazards experienced when driving in cold weather.
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