Tracks Inspector

Smartphones, tablets and computers routinely contain evidence related to common crimes, from theft to homicide. Digital forensics laboratories are overwhelmed, while investigators sometimes must wait months for critical digital evidence to be processed. The occurrences and volume of digital evidence in criminal cases can no longer be managed by digital forensics laboratories alone. The backlog of caseloads from law enforcement agencies has grown to weeks and months for cases that can be supported. Digital forensic specialists cannot be trained fast enough and the number of specialists required to analyze the emergence of digital evidence in common crimes are simply beyond budget constraints.

Tracks Inspector offers an intuitive, web-based solution that puts digital investigations into the hands of detectives. It allows investigators to conduct an early case assessment and identify the data and devices relevant to the case, in order to enable the forensic specialists to conduct a targeted forensic analysis. Ultimately, this allows investigators to solve more cases faster while easing Digital Forensics lab backlogs.

Tracks Inspector provides an innovative and pragmatic solution to harvest most digital evidence in the field by investigators on their own, enabling faster investigations and reduced caseloads for digital specialists whose skill sets and tools can focus on the more complex cases.

Tracks Inspector assists organizations with industrializing the process of examining digital evidence. As a complement to laboratory tools and inter-operable with them, Tracks Inspector’s simplicity, distributed architecture, and scalability for storing, processing, and managing digital evidence increases opportunities for collaboration, creating a centralized “digital evidence vault” and sharing budget-friendly deployment across locations and agencies.

Computers and mobile devices change how today’s world operates, including the criminal element. With Tracks Inspector, law enforcement can better adapt to “digital change” and more effectively carry out their mission to deter crime and bring perpetrators to justice.

 

 

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Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 104
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Forensics