By attending this seminar, attendees will be able to:
This course is geared toward individuals interested in video and photographic analysis, including engineers, accident reconstructionists and investigators, and law enforcement. Individuals working in the field of autonomous vehicles and remote sensing will also find the concepts presented relevant since the photogrammetry principles taught in the course are the same used in the cameras and sensors installed on vehicles.
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
Toby Terpstra is a senior staff member of the visualization department at Kineticorp, a forensic engineering and visualization company. Toby specializes in photogrammetry, 3D digitization, computer modeling, and animation. He has experience in the latest 3D computer animation techniques and associated technologies. Mr. Terpstra regularly contributes to related industries, having published with and given presentations to the Acoustical Society of America, the Association for Crime Reconstruction, as well as SAE International. He has a degree in Applied Science from Westwood College of Technology.
Alireza Hashemian is a forensic animator and engineer at Kineticorp, LLC, a Denver-based forensic engineering and visualization firm. He has worked for more than nine years at Kineticorp where he utilizes his skills in computer simulation, 3D modeling, animation, photogrammetry, video analysis and camera tracking to investigate and analyze accidents. Prior to joining Kineticorp, he worked as an animator with television commercial production companies producing 3D animation content. Mr. Hashemian regularly participates in research and has published works with SAE on photogrammetry, video analysis, and 3D visualization. He is LEVA certified forensic video technician and received his Accident Reconstruction accreditation (ACTAR) in 2017. Alireza has a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Colorado.