Conference Schedule

(subject to change)

Monday, February 24 
 8am-4pm   The IAFSM will host an off site event -
Live Crash and Scene Documentation, Hands On
Details and a daily schedule are being worked on and will be updated accordingly.

  Tuesday, February 25   Wednesday, February 26   Thursday, February 27
8-830am Welcome and Opening Remarks
Bryon O'Neil, President, IAFSM
8-830am Hallway Shooting Case Study

Joshua Cohen,
Fat Pencil Studio

8-830am Point Cloud Presentation
830-9am Double Homicide Shooting-3D Scan to Plan Diagram in MAP360 including Trajectory Analysis
Brad Joice
830-9am Case Study Presentation 830-9am David Dustin, FARO
9-930am Photogrammetry Presentation 9-930am Laser Scanning Presentation 9-930am Ken Jones, Leica 
930-10am Break 930-10am Break 930-10am Break
10-1015am Manufacture Update 10-1015am   10-11am Mark Johnson,
Visual Law Group 
1015-1030am 1015-1030am Technology Update
1030-11am 1030-11am Brazilian National Museum Fire and Other Selected Cases

Daniel Melo,
Brazilian Federal Police

11-1130am Crash scene presentation  11-1130am 3D Documentation Technologies for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Quan Le, Ai2-3D
11-1130am Ideas for next year's theme-Discussion

FBI, Operational Unit and Scene Documentation

Steven Jameson,
Federal Bureau of Investigation 

1130am-1pm Lunch 12noon Conference Closing
12-130pm Lunch 1-3pm Workshop


130-4pm Case Study-Best Practices Discussion 3-5pm Workshop







The Use of Laser Scanning and Single Camera Photogrammetry in Suspect Height Analysis

Helen Guryn,
Ai2-3D Forensics


5-630pm Welcome Reception hosted by Z+F 

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