Adoption of 3D scanning technology by law enforcement has led to greater efficiency and crime-solving capability. 3D scanning of a crime scene prior to evidence collection is an imperative part of 21st century crime scene documentation and examination.
Scanning systems like the Artec Ray speed up the process of crime scene investigation by creating an accurate three-dimensional representation of the scene of a crime. Police and insurance companies can use the 3D world to take measurements, inspect evidence, and analyze blood splatter or bullet trajectory.
3D scan data is frequently used in the courtroom. Juries can be taken into a three-dimensional world that’s more readily understandable than simple pictures and verbal scene descriptions. Terrestrial scanning is increasingly being adopted in forensics departments for crime scene investigation and evidence collection.