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CAD ZONE -Advanced
3D & Animation
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 700 US SRR Traffic
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7;30AM - 8:00AM

Class Hours: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
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This comprehensive 5-day course advances the knowledge and skills that the current CAD Zone user possesses by expanding their knowledge of 3D diagrams and introduces them to the utilization of animation.

Following a review of the fundamentals in SRR's CAD Zone Basic & Intermediate class, students will work solely with new and expanded concepts relating to to 3D diagrams.  Technology is changing everyday and this course will introduce you to the latest applications of the CAD Zone software offered anywhere.

Soon diagrams alone will not be the only format accepted and/or expected by courts.  With that in mind, a special emphasis will be placed on animation in this course with students creating animations as a part of their course completion requirement.  Recreated crash and crime scenes will come alive as inputted data is displayed in animation through moving vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, crime victims and suspects.

Defense challenges will obviously be made as they are in any criminal case and this course will reveal strategies and suggestions for courtroom presentations so that a student's demonstrative evidence will be allowed.

Throughout this course, the instructor will specifically focus on problem areas that students will encounter in the creation of diagrams and animations.  These challenges come not from the software, but from the lack of experience in utilizing this technology.  Once learned, 3D diagrams and animations become powerful tools in the presentation of factual evidence to a court of law.

Entry Level Standards:

Students should have completed at minimum, SRR’s CAD Zone – Basic/Intermediate class, basic accident investigation, crime scene investigation, fire scene investigation or forensic mapping course and have basic math skills. Students should have a good working knowledge of the Crash/Crime Zone software and be proficient in the basic commands. Students should have a good understanding of the MS Windows operating system, computer file management, mouse and keyboard.

The following subjects will be covered and more:

  • Review of MS Windows File System
  • Review of Mouse and Keyboard Commands
  • Review of basic program functions
  • Review of Triangulation, Baseline, Reference Points
  • General Mapping
  • Advanced Command Functions
  • Advanced Measurements Systems
  • Advanced Coordinate Systems XYZ
  • 3D Mapping
  • Advanced 3D Drawing
  • Creating 3D Structures and Objects
  • Creating 3D Roofs
  • Creating 3D Roadways
  • Determining Line-of-Sight with 3D
  • Placing Evidence on Walls for Viewing in 3D
  • Manual and Automated Placement of Doors and Windows
  • Slope Measurements Manual and Automated Calculations
  • Camera Views In Depth Discussion and Practice
  • Making 2D and 3D Animations
  • Depicting Crush Damage
  • File Merging
  • Accident Reconstruction Tutorial
  • Court Acceptance of Diagrams and Presentations
  • Practical Exercises
  • Downloading Data from Various Devices, (Troubleshooting)
  • Creating Maps from Raw Data (Manual Input)
  • Print and Plotting
  • Vehicle Damage in 3D
  • Tips and Tricks
  • Efficiency Discussion

*This course has been approved for 30 ACTAR CEUs

Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 700 US SRR Traffic
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