It is essential that the elements created for a crime scene recreation use custom forensic animation modeling. This ensures that the elements precisely match those at the crime scene or accident site. This is the only way to preserve the accuracy of the forensic information and create a 3D forensic animation of an event or scene that can be useful for litigators in a courtroom.
Through precise forensic animation protocol, we deliver confidence and clarity. We apply ASTM Forensic Engineering Standards from sample preparations to the handling of evidence ensuring that you can trust our well-documented procedures and integrity of samples.
We perform all of our work in an A2LA (American Association for Laboratory Accreditation) Certified laboratory – and that means you can expect uncompromised integrity and objective forensic engineering.
Bottom line: demonstrated credibility, professional credentials, and certification for forensic investigations and metallurgical engineering.
Our forensic engineering and litigation support experience span multiple industries providing you with a full spectrum of knowledge, wisdom and professional perspective.
This is what we are about and why clients choose us:
• Respect for the individual dignity of clients, workers, and professionals
• Impartiality, independence, and objectivity
• Uncompromising Integrity
There are many forensic events that can be useful to use forensic animation, such as an automobile or vehicular accident, building, bridge or crane collapse, mechanical device failure, explosion or fire.
Our forensic engineers work closely with our forensic animation technicians for the most accurate representation to empower our clients with detailed information. We gather all of the relevant facts of a case to help build provable explanation of events.
• Forensic Failure Analysis
Materials Identification and Characterization
• Structural Analysis
• Materials Composition
• Polymer Failure Analysis
• Materials Performance
• Materials Formulation and De-formulation
• Chemical Testing and Analysis
• Chemical Trace Analysis
• Contamination Analysis
• Surface Analysis
• Surface Analysis
• Materials Production
• Materials Processing
• Materials Science Research
• Metallurgy Services
• Metallurgical and Materials Failure Analysis and Investigations
• Microscopy Analysis
• Polymers and Plastics
• Physical Properties Testing
• Nano-Materials Analysis and Research