A remote sensing specialist spatially captures the entire incident scene while the investigator concentrates on the origin and cause, we work in collaboration with one another at the same time. Two industries, two specialists, half the time, one phenomenal outcome.
Any scene can be clearly captured, a digital twin is created, viewable on practically any device. With our custom lighting and heating system, there's no scan location too cold or dark.
Anyone can generate a black and white floor plan, VMA provides dynamic multi-layered PDF floor plans of the entire incident structure. View customization means the user dictates what is shown in the plan by turning on/off specific layers depending on their needs.
The 3D scan provides a host of deliverables including an immersive 3D model, measurements, floor plans, still imagery and 360 degree exterior images.
Everyone takes still images of every room on scene, those are no longer needed when you have a high resolution 360 degree scan from multiple locations in every room.
For the entire structure the 3D model allows the user to revolve around, virtually walk through and view each floor individually.
Regardless of what is being said, once the digital twin is created the evidence has been captured. It's much easier to show than it is to explain.
- Streamlined search
- Reduce travel expenses
- Improve communication between all parties
- Entire scene has been captured and compiled into one location.
- View anywhere at any time.
- No longer have to return to scene if something was missed.
- Asset management from one location.
Much easier to demonstrate fire patterns and dynamics and validate the origin area hypothesis by allowing multiple users to view the model and collaborate, instead of trying to piece together a mental image using still photography.
VMA values the privacy of others, therefore a sample of an actual incident scene scanned by VMA is not available to the public. Please contact VMA for a demonstration.