Susteen Inc. Releases New Update for Its DataPilot 10 Mobile Forensics DevicePosted: Updated:
Latest version of revolutionary DataPilot 10 allows agents to collect and access crime scene evidence even more quickly and reliably, Susteen Inc. reports
IRVINE, Calif. – April 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —
Susteen Inc. released a major new update to the company’s DataPilot 10 digital forensics and field triage device. The rugged, field-proven hand-held DataPilot 10 allows crime scene investigators to quickly gather calls, text messages, images, application data and other evidence from iOS and Android phones and tablets. An embedded camera even allows the DataPilot 10 to use optical character recognition (OCR) to extract searchable, actionable evidence data from pictures and other files.
Designed for speed, DataPilot 10 makes it possible to conduct a complete mobile forensics search in seconds, instead of hours. Proprietary Time Slice technology allows investigators to zero in on the period of interest, whether for collecting evidence or accessing it thereafter. A complete evidence mirroring solution ensures that data remains preserved and can be obtained via screenshot even from encrypted applications.
In addition to greatly speeding up the process of acquiring evidence from mobile devices, DataPilot 10 also provides instant access to data and advanced reporting through an intuitive touch-screen interface. That can allow law enforcement agencies to better contain mass casualty events, thanks to crucial information becoming available at the scene.
A flexible evidence export system facilitates crime lab analysis, and the entire DataPilot system is designed to be easy to use with minimal training. An on-demand webinar is freely available to all DataPilot users and includes all the information needed to get started with the revolutionary system.
“We’re happy to report that we have just released a major update for our game-changing DataPilot 10 mobile forensics device,” said Susteen Inc. representation Jeremy Kirby. “When any type of mass casualty or other emergency strikes, law enforcement agencies must be equipped to respond quickly, effectively, and decisively. DataPilot 10 is revolutionizing the field of crime scene mobile forensics by allowing investigators to collect evidence in seconds instead of hours. Putting all that information at the immediate disposal of first responders means becoming better able to bring the situation under control and protect those who might still be in danger.”
The recently released update to the DataPilot 10 makes the system an even more powerful tool for crime scene investigators and other law enforcement agents. More information is available at the Susteen Inc. and DataPilot websites.
About Susteen Inc.:
As the world leader in mobile forensics since its 1992 founding, Susteen Inc. offers a wide range of technologically advanced hardware and software solutions that empower investigators in the field, lab, and beyond.
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