Accurate documentation and preservation of evidence is a critical component to any forensic investigation. 3D scanning enables the investigator to document a complex object or entire accident scene with millions of measurable points, in a fraction of the time.
What are the benefits?
- Objects can be documented in a matter of minutes, exponentially less time than it would take using prior techniques. This improves accuracy while saving time and money.
- One million data points per second, allowing an investigator to capture the critical measurements as well as those measurements which may seem insignificant at the time, but prove to be the crux of the case.
- Accuracy within 2mm.
- Applicable in all sectors (such as: Marine, Trucking/Auto, Construction, fire/explosion)
Date: February 3th 2015
5:15 pm Registration
5.30 pm Conference
6:00 Informal discussion
Where: Malbec Room of Novecento 1414 Brickell Ave, FL 33131
Registration deadline: February 2th at 1:00PM. Only 40 available tickets.
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Casual attire. Cost for this event: Free
Eric Sauer, P.E. Mechanical Engineer
Mr. Sauer received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toledo. He is responsible for investigating and analyzing mechanical engineering projects, specializing in low- and high-speed motor vehicle accident reconstruction analysis, component and product failure analysis, and support of material science investigations.
His expertise includes design, testing, and failure analysis of vehicle-braking systems, including actuation and computer-controlled braking systems. Prior to coming to SEA, Mr. Sauer worked for a large, Tier 1 braking supplier where he designed, developed, and tested vehicle braking systems and braking components. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).