Designed for checking standard security features of travel documents, the eye-D® is a low cost system that can be deployed in large numbers to improve national and border security. Compact, lightweight, and with a padded carrying case that unfolds to provide light shielding.
ESDA® works by creating an electrostatic image of indented writing, which is then visualised by the application of charge sensitive toners. The sensitive imaging process reacts to sites of microscopic damages to fibres at the surface of a document, which have been created by abrasive interaction with overlying surfaces during the act of handwriting.
DCS 5 is a comprehensive imaging system for the detection, capture and enhancement of almost any type of fingerprint on any surface or background to ensure that maximum detail is revealed. Not only does the DCS 5 high resolution, 36.3MP camera fitted with application specific macro lenses produce images of exceptional quality, advanced digital enhancement, applied simply, maximises print detail to improve the value of evidence.
‘Un-wrap’ 2D images of fingerprints on 3D objects including bullets, pens, tools & syringes etc. An innovative new accessory for use with the Crime-lite Imager and DCS fingerprint imaging systems, the Cylindrical Surface Un-wrapper (CSU)enables the forensic examiner to extract 2D images of fingerprints from a 3D cylindrical surface.
SUPERfume is a cyanoacrylate fuming system for developing latent fingerprints in situ at major scenes of crime. Designed to treat domestic rooms, offices, garages and vehicles, the kit eliminates the need for dismantling fixtures and fittings and transporting items back to the laboratory for processing.
The Crime-lite ASV is a bench-top viewing enclosure for the stimulation of infrared activated anti-Stokes fingerprint dusting powders. Anti-Stokes powders absorb invisible infrared radiation and re-emit the energy at visible wavelengths, a process that is the reverse of standard fluorescence.
IR fluorescent fingerprint powders fpNATURAL® reveal high contrast fingermarks whilst suppressing background interference Despite the vast quantity of fingerprint treatments currently available, examiners continue to be frustrated by a number of ‘difficult’ substrates.
Where serious crime demands intensive crime scene investigation, the Crime-lite 82S range offers levels of illumination and ease of use that will almost certainly increase the quantity and value of evidence detected. Each Crime-lite 82S features 16 LEDs hand-picked for brightness and wavelength accuracy, ensuring consistent performance and effectiveness.
A range of lightweight LED forensic light sources effective at short range providing intense, even and shadow free illumination for locating and examining evidence. The range includes a white light model for general search and eight narrow band light sources with wavelengths in UV, violet, blue, blue-green, green, orange, and red for detecting fluorescent stains.
96 high power LEDs providing 115 Watts of narrowband illumination. Fully portable and robust, the XL has been optimised for wide area examination of crime scenes and emulates the power density and effectiveness of a forensic laser at a fraction of the cost.
Crime-lite® Beyond Visible is a unique range of products designed to search for evidence in the UV and IR wavebands - beyond the limits of human vision - in order to detect the presence of blood and other body fluids, and to reveal fingerprints while greatly suppressing backgrounds.
The ffTA is a powerful and flexible multi-functional system that provides the crime laboratory with a range of analytical facilities on a single microscope operated through a single PC. By switching from module to module the operator is able to perform a wide range of analytical tasks to extract the maximum amount of forensic evidence in the shortest possible time.
Fast, non-destructive and highly effective, Raman spectroscopy is an ideal technique for identifying and comparing substances of forensic value. Unlike other Raman systems, the foram3 has been developed specifically for forensic examinations and includes dedicated casework management software providing automatic spectral comparisons and data archiving with search and match facilities.
SICAR 6, in conjunction with the SoleMate footwear database, is a complete solution for the identification of shoe prints recovered from crime scenes and the management of shoe print evidence. A sole pattern coding technique is used to characterise a shoe print. The code set is then searched for in the footwear database for matches.
The SoleMate database contains details of more than 37,000 items of footwear including sample shoe prints. Updated four times per year with information and images of the latest sports, work and casual footwear from all major brands, SoleMate® provides users with the ability to identify shoe prints from crime scenes.
SoleMate® FPX VIEWER allows users to quickly and easily identify footwear marks discovered at the crime scene using ‘visual coding’ method employed by SICAR 6. Using combinations of shapes, patterns, text and logos to describe the visible characteristics found on a scene of crime shoeprint, it is possible to identify matching items of footwear in SoleMate® in a matter of minutes via the intuitive search interface.