L-Tron will attend the NYSIAAI Seminar (New York State Fire Investigators Association) at the Harbor Hotel in Watkins Glen, NY on November 6, 2019. The reception, awards ceremony, and cocktail hour, which is scheduled take place at 4:30 pm, is part of a three-day arson conference for fire investigators, police investigators, and fire coordinators in nearby Montour Falls. The L-Tron team will be onsite showcasing and demoing OSCR360 for the anticipated 200-300 attendees from across the state.
Fire agencies from California, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio have been among the first users to adopt the OSCR360 technology. To date, an additional 25+ states and hundreds of agencies have incorporated OSCR into the standard operating procedures, including Austin Police Department, Boston Police Department, and Orange County, Florida Sheriff’s Office.
OSCR’s 360-degree photography captures every inch of evidence from floor to ceiling, resulting in a striking 360-degree view of the entire fire scene. Low lighting and poor environmental conditions do not hinder OSCR’s ability to capture compelling digital photos. Investigators can virtually revisit the fire scene to search for missing details, jog a witness’ memory, or consult with other investigators. While the photos themselves are compelling, the purpose-built software is what really sets OSCR360 apart. The software ties each piece of digital evidence together, resulting in a comprehensive, easy-to-follow presentation for viewers. Whether the presentation is used during the investigative phase, in a courtroom trial, or even as a training/incident preplanning tool, OSCR’s distinctive capabilities deliver a true and accurate representation of the scene/case.
“We always enjoy collaborating with firefighters and investigators as the L-Tron team travels the country, and this event is extra special to us since it’s in our own backyard. One of the things that makes OSCR so unique is that it was developed straight from the voice of public safety. We look forward to networking with firefighters and investigators at the President’s Reception and hope to learn more about challenges faced during arson investigations.”Gayle DeRose L-Tron Partner & COO
For more information about the President’s Reception, visit https://nyfireinvestigators.org/presidents-reception/.
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