Create accurate diagrams in minutes with minimal equipment


Map360 Sketch provides 2D viewing for a streamlined approach. You can import points, UAV images, an Ortho Slice, Bing Maps, or use manual measurements to create basic diagrams and deliverables.

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Map360 Sketch provides an entry-level solution no matter what hardware, if any, you are starting with.

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Minimal Equipment? Need The basics?

The ideal solution to create diagrams, pre-incident plans, and other courtroom exhibits that are compelling and easy to understand. Map360 Sketch is easy to use, quick to learn, and budget friendly; a perfect entry level reconstruction and diagramming software!

Map360 Sketch provides 2D viewing only. Users can import points, UAV images, an Ortho Slice, Bing Maps, or use manual measurements to create basic diagrams and deliverables. All 2D drawing and editing tools are available but there are no analysis tools included with sketch.

The Process

Step 1

Learn how to use an aerial image from Google or Bing, scale and create an image layer in Map360

Step 2

Learn how to translate your field-taken measurements and enter them in your diagram with our Baseline/Offset tool

Step 3

Learn how to add 2D symbols to your drawing (bikes, cars, etc).  Also add evidence markers and attached additional pictures of evidence

Step 4

Learn how to create and publish a PDF of your drawing and publish the final evidence report


Need an aerial software solution?

Many agencies are now capturing outdoor scenes with drones. Map360 Sketch can easily work with geo.tifs created in Pix4D Mapper or Lecia Infinity.

It’s as simple as adding an attachment to an email, accept we are attaching the image and the corresponding world file to its own layer in Map360. This allows you to bring in images with the correct scale and orientation. You can say goodbye to human error when scaling images manually. Also, If you use GPS data while collecting your points, it will be accurately positioned on top of the image.

The Process

Step 1

Import orthorectified image with its corresponding world file

Step 2

Insert vehicles from the Canadian Vehicle Specs Database

Step 3

Trace fluid path and debris and add hatching

Step 4

Add dimensions, leaders, labels, and a scale bar

Step 5

Insert evidence markers and legend

Step 6

Export diagram and create evidence report

Ortho Slice


Using a laser scanner allows you to quickly capture every detail of any scene in the form of an accurate, measurable point cloud that provides complete transparency and an irrefutable source of truth. The point cloud can be used as the basis for a variety of compelling, immersive exhibits. But often you need to start with simple 2D scaled diagrams. What’s the fastest, easiest way to deliver these drawings?

Quickly and easily create an orthoimage slice from the scan data and use the slice in Map360, scene diagramming software, to create a diagram. Layers can be turned on and off to show labels, evidence, measurements and other details as needed.

The Process

Step 1

Bring your point cloud data that you have collected at the scene into Leica Cyclone REGISTER 360

Step 2

Create the commonly used 2D scale diagram by generating an ortho image by slicing the point cloud

Step 3

Easily import your ortho slice into Map360 in a couple quick commands

Step 4

Analyze and diagram your ortho slice

Step 5

Create a scale deliverable with one of our template to share with others

What's Next?

We have many options depending on your familiarity with Map360 Sketch. Either choose to jump in with a 30-day demo or take a free 20-min course to see if Map360 is the right fit for your agency. Have any questions? Please contact us!

Learn It

Learn the first steps of Map360 Sketch by participating in a self-led on-demand online environment.

Try It

Test drive Map360 Sketch with a fully functional 30 day copy. See for yourself if it’s the right fit.

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