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Application of 3D Scanning in Crime Scenes: Virtual Report

Foz do Iguaçu, Brasil — Trimble Forensics, along with its official distributor in Brazil, Santiago and Cintra, participated in the InterForensics 2021 conference.

In attendance at the conference was Karin Kawakami de Vicente, Chief Criminal Expert of the São Paulo Scientific Police who presented the "Application of 3D Scanning in Crime Scenes: Virtual Report" (Aplicação do escaneamento 3D em locais de crime: Laudo virtual). Karin has been with the Scientific Police of São Paulo since 2002, Head of the West Criminal Expertise Team since 2015, working on collision and crime scenes with 3D laser scanners.

Trimble Forensics portfolio integrates the most advanced 3D laser scanning systems, GNSS receivers and robotic total stations applied to scaled 3D crime and collision scene mapping. The data collected by these systems, using customized applications for law enforcement investigators, allow the creation of 2D/3D diagrams and animations that facilitate the presentation of complex cases.

These solutions allow experts to extract maximum efficiency from a scaled survey with high accuracy, documenting evidence digitally while still in the field, in addition to helping to maintain the digital custody of evidence. Santiago & Cintra, a company with more than four decades of experience working in the geospatial technology market, is a Trimble partner in Brazil. Pioneering spirit and innovation are in their DNA and, offers complete and personalized solutions for professionals across the country.

Together, Trimble and Santiago and Cintra continue to support forensic professionals, increasing their productivity, significantly reducing time in the field and generating high quality and reliable analyses.