L-Tron to share OSCR360 system with fire experts at upcoming International Association of Arson Investigators conference
CHEROKEE, N.C. — The L-Tron team will attend the upcoming International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI) 74th International Training Conference (ITC) from April 25-27th at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in Cherokee, North Carolina. The OSCR360 system for fire investigation, evidence organization, and case presentation will be on-site for demonstrations and for attendees to use. L-Tron team members Julianne Pangal and Andy McNeill will be available to share information and answer investigator’s questions.
The conference, which is geared toward fire and arson investigators from around the world, will provide instruction from international fire investigation experts and offer networking opportunities with investigators from state and federal agencies. Over thirty fire investigation experts are slated to share their knowledge during live classes and workshops scheduled throughout the conference.
This will be L-Tron’s first time attending and supporting the IAAI Conference. The OSCR360 team is excited to meet fire investigators, introduce attendees to OSCR360 and learn as much as they can.
“Our team is looking forward to attending the IAAI training conference this year. Our goal is to help fire investigators use technology to streamline their investigation from start to finish – from the moment they set foot on scene, all the way through to prosecution.”Julianne Pangal, L-Tron Customer Engagement
Within minutes, OSCR360 comprehensively captures detailed 360-degree images of fire scenes, saving valuable time and resources. Not only are these overall images organized and stored within the OSCR software, but each piece of additional digital evidence from the case can be incorporated as a clickable “point of interest.” Map overlays provide additional perspective, confirming the geo-location where an image was captured. The final, completed case file results in a compelling 360-degree virtual walkthrough of the fire scene. This makes it easy for jurors and others in the courtroom to understand how investigators processed the scene, the point of origin of a fire, and context for where any evidence was discovered.
For more information about the ‘International Association of Arson Investigators’ conference and to register, visit https://www.iaaiitc.com/.
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