Forensic medicine

l Securing Evidence
Whenever a crime has been committed or an accident occurs, the first priority is to collect as much evidence as possible. The circumstantial evidence is documented scientifically so that it can be used to reconstruct, analyze and evaluate the crime or a sequence of events for judicial purposes.

GOM's ATOS 3D digitizer precisely records the actual size and shape of persons or objects and, at the same time, detects deformations of any kind. It then visualizes, analyzes and documents the results. In addition to the precise 3D image, ATOS also records high-resolution color textures.

The technology from GOM can help investigators determine what kind of weapon was used in a crime, how injuries were caused, what shoe matches footprints at the scene, or how specific damage was caused in an accident.

Read more about practical application:
l 3D Metrology in Forensic Medicine
GOM's metrology systems support non-invasive, three-dimensional documentation and analytical methods
l 3D-Color-Digitizing
High resolution 3D data and color texture of an anatomical model of a torso with removable organs.
Identification to preserve the postmortem evidence
l 3D SCAN of the body
l Injuries scan
l 3D scan of body parts and postmortem evidence
Recovery operation
l Jeju 4.3
3D shape preservation and examination
l Hye-hwa (Femoral, pelvic, Mandibular bone)
3D shape preservation and examination
l Identification of Mandibular bone
Analysis of 3D shape symmetry
Analysis of 2D&3D shape matching
l Blow experiment of pig’s head (Estimate of blow point and 3D merge)
l Analysis of real case
3D Scan of injuries and blunt, 2D/3D matching

3D matching analysis of teeth imprint
l Constructure of human skeleton data
l Skeleton animation