Advanced Photogrammetry Course (October 19th: Denver, CO)

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Advanced Photogrammetry Course (October 19th: Denver, CO)

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Taught by PhotoModeler Ambassador Lou Peck, this course is designed for collision reconstructionists with some experience using PhotoModeler, although rookies can put a little extra effort in and make it through without issue as well.  Prior to attending, students should know how to complete a basic modeling project and understand the fundamental concepts of photogrammetry. Attendees will need to bring a laptop with a recent version of PhotoModeler installed. A trial version of the latest version can be downloaded prior to the class, and will be fully functional for 10 days. 

The course will be held in Denver, Colorado, October 19th through the 21st of 2017, at the Marriott Gateway. Food and coffee will be served each day, and breakfast is included for all attendees staying at the hotel. The hotel/class is in Aurora Colorado, 15 minutes from the Denver Airport (DEN), and there is a free shuttle to and from the hotel. There are several nearby spots within walking distance for lunch and dinner. The Lightpoint group rate for the Marriott will be $159 per night, and you can make your reservations here. When you click "add to cart" below a form will pop-up, please indicate there, by checking the appropriate box, if you will be staying at the Marriott.

The class size will be limited to 16. Full refunds for students wanting to cancel are available up to 30 days prior to the class. The class has previously been approved for 24 CEUs by ACTAR.


At the end of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Accurately and efficiently model vehicles where direct access to the vehicle is available
  • Model and measure crush from photos (appraisal, scene, cell-phone, etc.)
  • Calibrate a personal camera as well as exemplar cameras
  • Map roadway evidence using one or more scene photographs
  • Use the best available tools for modeling and analysis
  • Quantify and describe the accuracy of a PhotoModeler project and identify the most pertinent peer reviewed papers
  • Testify to the results of a photogrammetry analysis effectively

The course will NOT cover 3-D surfacing or drone photograph processing. 

Hope to see you there!

Lou