ForensisGroup Photogrammetry Expert Witnesses work in the science of making measurements from photographs. In photogrammetry, photographs are inputted to create a map, a drawing, a measurement, or a 3D model of some real-world object or scene.
In aerial photogrammetry, the camera is mounted in an aircraft and is usually pointed vertically towards the ground. Multiple overlapping photos of the ground are taken as the aircraft flies along a flight path. While usually the aircraft used have been fixed wing manned craft; however, drones and UAVs are commonly used.
Our photogrammetry expert witnesses are involved with geospatial engineering, land surveying, geographical information systems (GIS), 3D-modeling, animated fly-throughs, CAD, and topographic mapping.
They are called on to opine in cases of boundary and route disputes, issues about rights of way, wild land fires inverse condemnation, slope failure, forensic and accident scene recreations, mine cave-ins, earth-work questions, and construction surveying.
Their consulting services include tasks such global positioning system surveying, geodesy and geodetic surveying, and construction surveying. They are also experts in cameras.
If our selection doesn’t include the photogrammetry expert witness you’re looking for, please contact us. Our staff will assist you in locating the right expert for your case, and provide you with an initial case consultation at no cost. And because our experts don’t pay a fee to be listed, we can recruit only the most trusted and credible experts based on a rigorous screening process. Contact us to learn more and retain a highly-qualified photogrammetry expert for your case.