With the growing availability of spatial data, public safety agencies have increasingly begun to rely on scene mapping and data analysis for security in pre-event planning and documentation as well as for preventing and solving crime. In a webinar on April 18, you'll be able to explore how a mapping backpack paired with intuitive incident mapping software can provide an ideal solution.
Subject matter expert Frank Collazo will take you behind the scenes on Inauguration Day at Pioneer Square in Portland, Ore., where he used the Leica Pegasus:Backpack to capture two datasets for comparison (pre- and post-event) that included georeferenced panoramic images and point clouds. He’ll walk you through the workflows, from planning and data capture to the creation of the final deliverables in the IMS Map360 software.
- How to collect georeferenced panoramic images synced to point clouds
- Why the solution works for mapping indoors, outdoors, up and down stairs and anywhere you can walk
- How to easily create 2D and 3D scene diagrams
- How to conduct pre- and post-event planning of obscure areas
- How to create a realistic viewshed analysis
- How to create compelling fly-throughs
- How to create virtual reality scenes for training/active shooter response
- How to import and export data to common software platforms
Discover why so many public safety agencies are intrigued by the capabilities of the Leica Pegasus:Backpack and IMS Map360 software. Follow this link to register today.
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