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How VR is making its way in pre-incident planning, training, investigations, courtroom presentation and more
Is virtual reality the new reality?
Virtual reality (VR) in the past decade has made some significant and rapid advancements thanks to innovations in computer technology to create powerful, practical, yet affordable VR-capable devices. What was once thought of as just for “gamers,” VR has grown into a real tool to use for multiple industries including education, law enforcement and more.
With so much buzz around VR, how do you know what is real and relevant for those in public safety or forensics?
In this webinar, we will focus on clarifying just that, to share some ways VR is being used in the field and tools available to you to start exploring.
Who Should Attend: Professionals across the public safety forensics segment for crash, crime, fire and security planning, attorneys
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Alina Burroughs came to FARO Technologies in 2015 after over 12 years as a crime scene investigator. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida. Alina is a former senior certified crime scene analyst and instructor of Forensic Science at the college level. Alina is a published author in the Journal of Forensic Identification and has received awards for Investigative skill from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI.
Laser Scanner for fast and exact indoor and outdoor measurements in three dimensions, perfect for 3D documentation and surveying in AEC, public safety – forensics and product design.
A lightweight, handheld mapper that enables Public Safety & Security Professionals to quickly and easily capture and visualize 2D floor plans for pre-incident planning, threat assessment and crime/fire investigation.
FARO’s 3D Documentation Software for Terrestrial and Handheld Laser Scanners.
Enables investigators to move fluidly between 2D and 3D environments and enhance the quality of their incident reconstructions, analysis, pre-incident plans, and courtroom presentations.
Create a VR environment from any scene and turn it into a comprehensive case presentation or training scenario.