Leica C10 Scanner Independently Evaluated

The Forensic Technology Center of Excellence (FTCOE) is a National Institute of Justice funded program, which partners with leading universities such as Virginia Commonwealth University‘s (VCU) Department of Forensic Science.

The FTCOE and its partner VCU recently completed a year-long comprehensive technology evaluation of the Leica Geosystems ScanStation C10 3D laser scanner. For this research project the organizations actively sought out experienced law enforcement users of the Leica ScanStation who had deployed the technology on a large number of diverse scenes. In December 2013, the FTCOE hosted a national webinar for public safety professionals featuring a presentation by one of these experienced Leica ScanStation users.

The presentation, called, “Crime Scene Mapping: A User’s Perspective on the Leica ScanStation C10,” can be viewed on-demand here: http://www.screencast.com/t/gI1zPwKhqd. It’s a 30 minute video.

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2 Responses to Leica C10 Scanner Independently Evaluated

  1. Leica is a very good product as well the related softwares.
    But even though this not all the Scanners serve for any service. There are great difference on the quality of the point clouds.

  2. Tan Nguyen says:

    The C10 is a good scanner for its time.
    The RIEGL VZ400 outperforms the C10 in every aspect.

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