UAS Crime & Accident Scene Mapping Advanced 3/1/24

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Download FlyerUAS Basic Crime & Accident Scene Mapping Advanced

March 1, 2024 – March 3, 2024
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
(888) 782-4969 Ext. 3

Start time for Day-2 will be adjusted to allow for nighttime scene lighting and mapping.

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Advanced Course Summary

Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for scene documentation has emerged as an extremely accurate and efficient tool for public safety.  It is remarkable to consider that scenes can be preserved forever if seen with the naked eye, enhanced magnification, thermal imagery, or with Lidar.  Proper use of this technology has truly improved the level of service provided to the public.  In this hands-on course, students will:

  • Select equipment and software needed
  • Demonstrate proper scene lighting
  • Describe proper settings and techniques for photography and videography
  • Demonstrate scene mapping
  • Demonstrate data integration from UAVs, Total Station, viDoc, and other sources for 3D models
  • Collect ground control points using a GNSS system
  • Learn Pix4D, Terra, Reality Capture, Drone Deploy, Sky-Browse
  • Prepare for expert courtroom testimony

Course Information

Course Length: 3 days (24 hours total)
Max Class Size: 15 Students
Equipment: All training equipment is provided by the RTC

Recommended Prerequisite: The RTC 48-hour UAS Operators Course, or 32-hour Basic Pilots Course, or equivalent flight training
Student Requirements: FAA 107 License
Technical Level: Intermediate & Advanced UAS Operators
Recommended For: Criminalists, Accident Investigators, Detectives, UAS Operators
Notes: Start time for Day-2 will be adjusted to allow for nighttime scene lighting and mapping

Venue Information

The Regional Training Center @ Reveille Peak Ranch
1610 Co. Rd. 115, Burnet, Texas, 78611

The Regional Training Center operates out of the Reveille Peak Ranch Range Building.

It can take approximately 20 minutes to drive into Burnet from the Ranch. We recommend that, if possible, students plan on bringing a lunch with them to maximize their lunch hour. A microwave and refrigerator will be provided onsite for student use.

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From highway 2341, turn onto Co. Rd. 114 (Little Midland-Dorbandt Road). Pass the main entrance to Reveille Peak Ranch and continue .7 miles to Co. Rd. 115 (Graphite Mine Road); turn left.

Continue down Co. Rd. 115 ( Graphite Mine Road) for approximately 1.57 miles until you reach the Range gate on the right-hand side.

Park in the open area to the right as you enter the range area (marked in red on the below map).

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17595 Mt Herrmann St.
Fountain Valley CA 92708

office: (888) 782-4969



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