3D Optagelse & visualisering af et skadested
With reduced field time, quicker processing, faster client turnaround, and reduced fraud, forensic 3D photography has radically changed property claims, forensic investigation, and liability as we know it. It creates a first-hand, realistic view of a loss site, and allows you to "walk" it as many times as you need. It memorializes evidence and floor plans and produces solid 3D documentation.
3D Site Documentation
Forensic 3D photography can be used to help document and support investigations surrounding:
Advantages of 3D Site Scans
Some of the advantages of 3D site scan include:
- Allowing you to "walk" the loss site as many times as you want
- Allows multiple parties to view evidence together, in real-time
- Helping investigators conduct remote inspections and consultations
- Making it easier to capture inventory, assess damage, and make plans for remediation while off-site
- Reducing multiple-party exposure to hazardous materials or unsafe conditions
- Creating an automatic floor plan for discovery/evidence
- Producing solid 3D documentation to assist with liability/fault, as well as determine the origin, cause, and extent of the damage
3D Modeling Credibility and Time Stamp
With Matterport, every scan point is time-stamped and all dimensions are exceptionally accurate—within 1%. This type of credibility is needed in matters of litigation, to prove who was at fault. 3D scans also allow juries to better "experience" the claim in real-time.
3D modeling benefits all involved parties, as it allows claims to be resolved quickly and accurately and gets the policyholder back in business faster. 3D modeling is particularly helpful when repairs need to happen prior to the claim being paid, as it makes a full record of the site prior to any reconstruction.