3d site mapping

AEI Corporation is dedicated to providing state-of-the art, advanced approaches to forensic site documentation of accident sites through various forensic imaging techniques. Further, we are always striving to better provide tools used to convey the information to our clients and future jurors.


AEI Corporation utilizes industry leading laser and infrared scanning technology to capture high-definition images and generate a 3-dimensional (3D) accurate representation 3-dimensional (3D) of almost any incident scene or product. Generating millions of measurable data points, scanning is an excellent tool for scene documentation and preservation. Precise data, including 3D coordinates, topographies, elevations, and surface profiles is captured non-destructively without effecting the physical scene or any of the associated evidence – critical with any forensic investigation. The high-quality data captured can be processed to generate high-resolution panoramic HDR imagery, 2D CAD models or floorplans, and 3D virtual environments/models. 3D scanning can be used to generate compelling trial exhibits such as an immersive virtual walkthrough of an incident scene.

With the ability to deploy across the country or internationally at a moment’s notice, AEI Corporation can integrate a 3D site scan into any investigation. From the small fire scene to a large loss involving multiple structures or complex commercial/industrial facilities, our experienced technical staff has the capabilities to scan virtually any site.


  • Record 3D point cloud and high-resolution panoramic HDR imagery simultaneously
  • Virtually revisit the scene at any time, from any location
  • Powerful data and compelling exhibit representation for clients and jurors
  • Interactive 3D walkthrough of the scene viewable via phones, tablets, computers, or VR goggles.
  • Generate accurate 2D/3D models and floorplans
  • Point-to-point measurements within the 3-D point cloud data
  • CAD compatible data
  • Items of interest can be tagged and linked to embedded pictures, video, or other electronic files/media.
  • Line-of-site analysis for evaluating witness observations