Site Inspection

Crash site investigation typically involves attending the site, searching for and recording physical evidence such as road scars, tyremarks, and location of debris, conducting pavement friction tests, then attending to detailed surveying and photography of the site and approaches.

Key Benefits

  • Provides a solid foundation for the investigation process
  • Preserves the physical evidence associated with the event
  • Permanently records the existing environmental factors of the site


AIS use state of the art technology in the recording of site information. Pavement friction tests are conducted using vehicle mounted calibrated accelerometers. Our site surveys are conducted using total survey stations, laser and/or digital photogrammetry. This data is then downloaded for the preparation of plans, photographic supplements and 3D computer environments for investigations involving simulations and animations.

  • Total Station Technology
  • Laser measuring equipment
  • Digital Photogrammetry
  • Calibrated Accelerometers