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Our Software


Geo-located photographs are obtained from the UAV and the RTK-GNSS mapped ground control points and processed in Pix4D software to create a scaled 3-Dimensional point cloud and a 2D orthomosaic image (think high definition Google Earth image) of the area mapped. A 2D orthomosaic image is generated from all the UAV images. This is a high-resolution photograph of the entire forensic mapping and allows a clear, top-down view of the crash scene.


This is a LiDAR iPhone scanner app that has the ability to accurately scan vehicles or other objects. The point cloud files generated by the iPhone application can be opened in software such as Cloud Compare to view the results of the scan. It is a structured, organized way of documenting a vehicle and the results allow the vehicles to be positioned graphically to represent their paths of travel prior to the crash, points of maximum engagement during the crash, and final rest locations.

Virtual Crash 5/Map360/Faro

These are software programs that allow UAV data, point clouds, or more traditional measurements of scenes to become a tangible scaled forensic diagram of crash related evidence and allows an electronic analysis of the data gathered. Having these three popular programs allows The Crash Lab to examine evidence collected by a variety of law enforcement agencies.

Axon Investigate

Axon Investigate allows us to review footage from third-party proprietary video
formats and provides immediate access to original metadata including date,
time, image numbers, etc.


PhotoModeler software can be used to extract measurements from photographs and provide accurate measurements and diagramming for many crash reconstruction and forensic tasks.
Years of Experience

The Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction

Accreditation with ACTAR adds a new dimension to the word ‘professionalism’ in the field of Traffic Accident Reconstruction. ACTAR offers an independent credentialing examination that objectively assesses a candidate’s comprehension and application of minimum training standards of a forensic specialist in the field of motor vehicle accident investigation and reconstruction. ACTAR is committed to promoting the intellectual development of individuals, organizations and institutions involved in traffic accident investigation and reconstruction. In so doing, ACTAR encourages the integrity, consistency and professionalism of those involved in traffic accident investigation and reconstruction.

All reconstructionists at The Crash Lab are ACTAR accredited and routinely participate in continuing education and training in the field of Crash Reconstruction.