Met Police Technology Tender Emphasises Changing Face of Analysis

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Simulation dynamics and rapid prototyping will allow investigators to create 3D computer models of crime scenes

A new market engagement exercise by the Met Police gives a sneak preview into some of the unique ways in which it is planning to use emerging tech, from spinning up 3D computer models of crime scenes, through to drone surveys and rapid prototyping/3D printing. The tender, which will be worth around £1.5 million, is for support services to the Met’s Computer Aided Modelling Bureau (CAMB)

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Amongst the obligatory data storage updates is also a look at some of the technology being used to update the London crime scene analysis process. 3D CAD modelling will design and build realistic computer models while drone surveys and mobile LiDAR, mobile mapping and topography tech, will help build accurate 3D

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