AVIATION ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION

SIMPLIFY. INFORM. ENGAGE.

Aviation accidents are extremely nuanced, often high value cases requiring enormous investigative efforts from government agencies, industry partners, engineers, aviation investigators and first responders. An accident reconstruction captures the inputs and analysis from these parties allowing your audience to experience what the pilots were dealing with and gain a better understanding of the causal failures of a plane crash.


AVIATION ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION SERVICES

FORENSIC ANIMATION

Working alongside the nation’s leading aviation experts, our team utilizes investigative reports, forensic analysis, eyewitness testimony, surveillance footage and other technical data to visualize the acts, failures and conditions that played a role in the crash. 

3D ANALYSIS

Comprehensive solutions for an infinite number of reconstruction variables including air traffic control activity and instructions, inclement weather conditions, pilot error, crew experience and training, maintenance records, emergency response efforts, aircraft performance and subsystems, mechanical failures and more.

Free eBook: The Complete Introduction to Forensic Animation

Whether you are considering animation for one of your cases, or you simply want to be prepared for when the other party uses an animation, our eBook is your guide to understanding forensic animation.

Free Pricing Guide: How Much Does a Legal Animation Cost?

Learn all of the factors that determine the price of a legal animation, including the approximate costs for a range of legal exhibits.

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