The IAFSM Presentations
Wednesday, December 12-Friday, December 14.

Please note, items are subject to change.

Schedule Overview 

IAFSM 5th Annual Educational Conference Schedule
  Wednesday, December 12 Thursday, December 13 Friday, December 14
07:00-08:00 Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast
08:00-08:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks  Eugene Liscio, Past President IAFSM Mark Johnson, Visual Law Group     Drone and VR Technology Abstract Award Winner
Victoria Berezowski
Evaluating the Morphological and Metric Sex of the Human Skull Using 3D Technology
08:30-09:00 David Dustin
 Penny Birchell, ESR
Operation Nepal - Crime Scene Reconstruction and Sequencing of Events
09:00-09:30    Z+F Technology Update
 FARO Courtroom Presentation
9:30-10:00 Break Break Break
Ryan Rider
Officer Perception of New Technology on Crash Reconstructions in Texas
Results of data from Documentation of Monday's event
10:30-11:00  Eduardo Neeter, Factual VR   
VR/AR As a Forensic Tool
Eugene Liscio, Ai2-3D
Laser Scanning 
21st Century Forensic Animations Update
11:00-11:30                  Andrew Fredericks                    3D Reverse Projection - Integrating Video Evidence with Point Clouds
Leica Technology Update
11:30-12:00 Eric Bergholz, Laser Scanning Europe Closing Remarks
12:00-12:30 Z+F Sponsored Lunch Lunch  
1:45-2:00 DotProduct Technology Update RIEGL Technology Update  
 Ryan Rezzelle

Dr. Song Zhang, Purdue University               Portable High Resolution Automated 3D Scanning System     
2:30-3:00 Andre Stuart
    21st Century Forensic Animations  2,500 Square Miles in 3D
 GeoSLAM Technology Update
3:00-3:15 FARO Technology Update Trimble Technology Update  
3:30-4:00 Break Break  
4:00-4:30   TEST Administration for Basic Laser Scanning Certification  
4:30-5:00  Chris Kercheval
TopKerv Consulting
Sponsor/Exhibit room open   
5:00-6:00 Welcome Reception  
Hosted by
Andre Stuart &Todd Davis 
21st Century Forensic Animations      





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