Gexcon Adds Advanced Scanning and Imaging on Incident Investigation Services

Gexcon’s services now include 3D scanning and aerial drone capabilities. 3D scanning allows an immersive 360º walkthrough that enhances documentation for accident scenes and provides precise dimensions for accurate CFD modeling.

Measurements and annotations can be added after the 3D environment is recorded to archive important scene details.

Aerial imaging provides valuable viewpoints that could significantly aid in understanding the cause or origin of an event.

For more information, please contact Thomas DeBold at Thomas.DeBold@gexcon.com

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