This app supports to collect additional information that can be used for reconstruction by the method Immersive Witness Interview - iwi® (www.iwi.eu).
The app perfectly supports authorities to perform witness interview to collect information by using the iPad.
The investigator can load different 3D models of the object (actually: aircraft, helicopter) that was observed by a witness. The 3D object's attitude then can be adjusted by the witness on the iPad. Further a photo can be taken with the iPad camera of the witness environment and the witness can finally position and scale the 3D object within the photo. The witness can draw the observed flight path on the photo.
Additional witness information can be added to the sheet. The sheet can then be saved to the local database and if required exported / send via email.
* Data is stored locally in SQL database
* Single datasets can be exported via Email and imported in the app on a different iPad.
* Note witness position (lat, long, height) manually or using iPad location function
* All witness positions are shown on the Map
* Import kml or kmz files
* Mapview 2D top view or 3D
* Insetr aerial image as map overlay
* Note witness comments and time/date of interview
* Filter showing witnesses per case
* 3D models for different airplanes, helicopters, vehicles and human
* Take photo of witness site or take image from photo library
* Checklist for information for each witness that can be collected
* Draw observed flight path on photo and set cross for InitialContact IC, FinalContact FC and Observation1 O1
* Adjust attitude of 3D model of aircraft or helicopter
* Hold iPad in attitude as observed object to set attitude value easier
* Up to 4 3D models can be shown at the same time in photo/background with different positions and attitudes.
* Animate observation to illustrate to witness for verification
* Multi-Language Support (English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese)
Further detailed information about the method and accident investigations that have applied this method, can be found at www.iwi.eu.
© Dr. M. Bauer 2007-2012