Visual Crime Scene Documentation
SceneCenter Forensics is an intelligent software system allowing virtual access to a Crime Scene site.It is a specifically designed visually based software database system, which provides an easy-to-use automated approach for documenting a Crime Scene. This is next-generation Virtual Site tour technology, which provides forensic professionals with an ability to revisit a crime location via a rich interactive display all from their desktops.It facilitates remote virtual location access whilst also offering a collaboration tool between multiple Police / Forensic staff, providing them with a communication method in the most timely and cost effective manner.
The system is able to organise and arrange complex crime science and other evidence analysis information into a clear well-structured display. During the investigation stages the system provides a live interactive dashboard of the Virtual Crime Scene, offering shared valuable information with all authorised personnel whom are working on the case. The software can be configured for both local standalone single users or available across an entire network, providing multiple users secure virtual site access 24/7 from anywhere in the world.
Image Based Documentation – full spherical images are the foundation of this visual oriented documentation concept. Images captured automatically from the SceneCam are imported into the SceneCenter Forensic software. Once there the software allows for many types of analysis information to be integrated, such as all evidence trace samples (Blood, Fibre trace, Fingerprint, Hair samples, DNA etc.) plus detail photos, notes, videos and many others such as technical report documentations.
Additionally the software also allows its users on-demand surveying of 3D measurements directly within the images.
Once a case is complete, the database software offers a variety of report deliverables – both printed or fully interactive, which may also be used to aid court room presentations or other such legal re-construction requirements.