Andrew S. Klane, Forensic Mapping Solutions Inc. (FMS) - retired Massachusetts State Police Lieutenant and former commander of the Massachusetts State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section (C.A.R.S.)
Fast, reliable results and the ability to capture accurate data under just about any conditions make the modern GNSS rover the new must-have tool for collision investigation and reconstruction.
What if you could pull up to a crash scene and start collecting accurate data within 60 seconds? How would that affect your safety and quick clearance capabilities? The modern GNSS rover gives you a level of speed and flexibility that is virtually unmatched by any other measurement tool—and most investigators aren’t even aware of the possibilities.
In this highly anticipated webinar, Andrew Klane, an ACTAR accredited traffic accident reconstructionist with more than 25 years of experience in crash reconstruction, will outline the basics of using GNSS as a quick clearance crash investigation and reconstruction tool and walk you through a test scenario that demonstrates the significant time savings and data capture advantages. You’ll learn:
- What to look for in a GNSS rover
- How to use the latest GNSS capabilities to stay safe and expedite your time on scene
- When NOT to use GNSS—and why that will happen less than you think
- How to combine data from GNSS with drones, laser scanners and other sensors to elevate your investigation and reconstruction
When you're called to the scene of a serious traffic incident, GNSS should be your go-to technology to quickly get accurate measurements of the physical evidence, stay safe on the scene and support quick clearance of the roadway. Register now to watch the on-demand webinar.
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- PDF Download: A Q&A on the New GS18I GNSS RTK
- Crash Investigators Find the Intersection of Speed and Accuracy with GNSS
- Why Digital Scene Documentation and Mapping Matters
- The Ultimate Flexibility: How GNSS with Visual Positioning Makes Scene Investigations Fast and Failproof