Topics: Accident Reconstruction
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.
Mr. Terpstra is a Senior 3D Analyst at J.S. Held, an international forensic company. He is located in Denver Colorado and specializes in photogrammetry, video analysis and 3D site reconstruction. He has testified in state and federal courts on civil and criminal matters. He has published in the areas of reverse camera projection, onsite photogrammetry, lens distortion correction, photo-scanning, camera-matching photogrammetry, video analysis, 3D scene reconstruction, LiDAR, and acoustics. Mr. Terpstra also serves as a peer reviewer for the SAE International, the Association of Crime Scene Reconstruction (ACSR), and the Association of Firearm and Tool Mark Examiners (AFTE). He is a certified forensic video technician and is an instructor of an ACTAR (Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction) accredited, three-day course offered by SAE titled: 'Photogrammetry Analysis of Digital Media.' Hundreds of hours have been spent in the initial development of this course and new research, field work, and experiences serve to advance the course for each new offering.
Alireza Hashemian is a Managing Accident Reconstructionist at Explico, a forensic science firm that delivers premium services in areas such as accident reconstruction, biomechanics, human factors, and visualization. Mr. Hashemian has a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado. He is a LEVA certified forensic video technician and received his Accident Reconstruction accreditation (ACTAR) in 2017. He has more than twelve years of experience in the visualization field where he utilizes his skills in computer simulation, 3D modeling, animation, photogrammetry and video analysis to investigate and analyze accidents. Mr. Hashemian regularly participates in research and has published works with SAE International and ACSR (Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction) on photogrammetry, video analysis, and 3D visualization.