On-Demand Webinar: Elevating Collision Reconstruction Analyses with Laser Scanned Exemplars

Learn how to use laser scanned point cloud data to create outstanding exhibits while saving time and money.


Lou Peck, PE, Principal Engineer, Lightpoint Scientific – licensed mechanical engineer and ACTAR-accredited accident reconstructionist with over 17 years of experience
Ben Molnar, PE, Product Engineer, Lightpoint Scientific – licensed mechanical engineer and ACTAR-accredited accident reconstructionist specializing in photogrammetry and video analysis
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    You’ve probably heard that using clean, accurate laser scanned point cloud exemplars can optimize the quality of your collision analyses while also saving time and money.* But do you know how to use these exemplars to bolster your analyses to create powerful, compelling deliverables?

    This 120-minute webinar will show you proven techniques for using laser scanned point cloud exemplars in your workflows.

    You'll Explore

    • Direct measurement crush – merging a scan of the exemplar and a scan of the subject vehicle to take C measurements.
    • Crush from photos – modeling vehicle damage when you can’t physically inspect the vehicle.
    • Impact configuration analysis – combining point clouds of two or more vehicles to match the damage.
    • Visibility – using point clouds with 3D CAD software to get interior views of the vehicle.
    • Simulations – bringing exemplar point clouds into your 3D simulation software.
    • Speed calculations – combining point clouds with surveillance video to establish vehicle speed.
    • Biomechanical analysis – taking measurements from a vehicle interior using common 3D CAD programs.

    Workflows include software such as PhotoModeler, CloudCompare, 3DS Max, iNPUT-ACE, Virtual CRASH, PC-Crash and Map360. Instructors also cover best practices for using laser scanned exemplars with point clouds captured on the scene from other laser scanners or drones.

    Watch the on-demand webinar now to discover how to take your collision reconstruction work to the next level with laser scanned exemplars.

    *If you missed the first webinar in this series, you can watch it on-demand here.

    To talk to a public safety expert who can guide you on the technology that will help your agency maximize efficiency and effectiveness, please contact us.

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