Jon W. Adams, Director of Architectural and Heritage Services ::::
At DJS, we utilize a number of different tools to collect important data. Whether we are working on a forensic case, capturing as-built measurements for AEC documentation, or digitally preserving important historic landmarks, it is always important to have the right tool for the job.
DSLR cameras/video recording systems
Although DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) cameras and video recording systems are common items utilized by millions of consumers in their everyday lives, they are still essential tools in every DJS case/project.
Video recording systems are utilized to analyze signal timing patterns at intersections of interest, and also to provide a visual record of inspection procedures.
DSLR cameras are used by DJS technicians to capture photographs during accident site investigations/vehicle inspections, providing additional context for measurement data that is captured, and also supplementing details relating to conditions present at the time of the inspection.