Revolutionize Crash Reconstruction
Everywhere. Every case. Every time.
Team with OSCR360 to capture, preserve, and present a more comprehensive and accurate representation of a crime or crash scene – and the environment it occurred in. Quickly capture 360 degree spherical photos and present a virtual walk through of the scene. OSCR was built to fit your budget.
OSCR360 for Crash Reconstruction
Capture crash and collision scenes in 360 degrees as seen by the investigator. Quickly and easily take 360 spherical crash photos inside a vehicle, at the scene, and/or use a 27 foot tripod for aerial photos; no training required. A single 360 image takes four seconds to capture. Instantly preview the 360 photos on scene with command staff. Capture evidence and marks on the road and OSCR is small enough to capture the interior of vehicles.
Within the easy-to-use OSCR software, add in multi-media evidence files to your 360 photos including: 911 recordings, witness testimony, surveillance video, overlay crash sketches, and more. Present a true and accurate visual walkthrough of a crash scene.
OSCR360 was built from your voice by collaborating with Law Enforcement and Prosecuting Attorneys. The OSCR system is priced to fit your budget offered at a fraction of the cost of total stations and laser scanners.
How is Bettendorf PD using OSCR360 on crash scenes?
“The goal is always to NOT go to trial. This involves making sure you have all the proper prep work, proper paperwork and proper documentation. If you do have to go to trial, OSCR gives someone perspective – especially for vehicle damage or a crash spread over a large area – that a jury never would have had.”
- Sergeant Andrew Champion
How OSCR Assists on a Crash Investigation
Built to fit your budget
How is OSCR360 assisting first responders through COVID-19?
- Reduce exposure to COVID-19. Get in an out of a scene quickly.
Take a 360 degree photo in under 4 seconds.
- Limit First Responders on-scene. OSCR is operated by one person.
- Conserve needed PPE.
Data reported is from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Distracted Driving in Fatal Crashes 2018 Report & NHTSA Quick Facts 2017.
How is OSCR360 Different from a Laser Scanner?
Authored by Charles Grasso, Sergeant (Ret.)
Not a Total Station, not a 3D laser scanner & priced to fit your budget, OSCR360 is a unique investigative tool used to capture crime or crash scene evidence. The OSCR system allows investigators to show judges, juries, attorneys and other officers a true and accurate representation of a scene.
OSCR360 and laser measuring devices are two separate and distinct tools with completely different functions – although both can be used for crash reconstruction. Laser measuring devices record data points and measurements that are later placed in a diagram, and some are generated into a 3D model of a scene. Click here to read the full article from Ret. Sergeant Chuck Grasso.
Word on the Street
OSCR at Crash Reconstruction Conferences
We are excited to be back at conferences after COVID-19.
L-Tron Partners with NYSTARS
L-Tron and NYSTARS work together to bring spherical imaging and OSCR360 to crash experts. April 2018
OSCR360 in the Spotlight at National Crash Reconstruction Conference (IATAI)
OSCR was used during a simulated crash test at the 31st Traffic Accident Conference in Spingfield, IL. Click for more. October 2017
Capturing Crashes with OSCR at the PSP Reconstruction Seminar
OSCR360 was used to capture mock crash scenes at the 2017 Pennsylvania State Police Reconstruction Seminar. Learn more about the seminar here. December 2017
L-Tron Sponsors Traffic Accident Reconstruction Conference
L-Tron sponsored a networking event at IATAI on Tuesday, October 3rd. Click for more. 2017
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