sUAS Crime & Accident Scene Investigations 06/14/21
This presentation is offered through the Bay Area, Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI).
Course registration is handled through the Bay Area Training and Exercise Program website.
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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and the 3D Mapping software applications are emerging as extremely accurate and efficient tools for crime and accident scene documentation and enhanced investigations. It is remarkable to consider that if it can be seen with the naked eye, enhanced magnification, thermal imagery, or with an infrared camera, it can be almost perfectly preserved forever. This new technology is changing how we can best serve the public. In this hands-on course students will:
- Explain unmanned aircraft capabilities
- Identify agency uses of 3D models
- Explain effective techniques for photography and videography
- Select UAV-CSI equipment and software
- Demonstrate crime/accident scene processing using 3D mapping
- Demonstrate expert courtroom testimony
Course Length: 3 days (24 hours total)
CA POST Approval: 1287-20188-19
Cost/Tuition: Bay Area UASI Grant Funded
Max Class Size: 18 Students
Prerequisite: LACRTC 48-hour UAS Operators Course, or 32-hour Basic Pilots Course, or have an FAA Part 107 license
Student Requirements: FAA 107 License
Technical Level: Intermediate UAS Operators
Recommended For: Criminalist, Accident Investigators, Detectives, UAS Operators
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