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You can also check out our latest “GeoTime Technology Preview” video which provides an overview of GeoTime 5.5’s new email import feature. We will be contacting all GeoTime users of the availability of GeoTime 5.5 in May for instructions on how to upgrade to the latest version. For new users that are interested in testing out the new capabilities of GeoTime 5.5, simply send us an email at email@example.com.
The GeoTime Team.
GeoTime is proud to announce the launch of GeoTime 5.4, GeoTime for Law Enforcement. The GeoTime Team has been closely working with several of our existing law enforcement clients in order to identify how visualization can best improve their ability to identify suspect movement patterns. In the latest release of GeoTime, analysts now have access to advanced cellsite analysis tools, including a cell-tower key importer and the ability to map call detail records to a cell tower key. Analysts can save time by building a carrier specific tower mapping and resuse it for every individual cell record for that provider. Furthermore, GeoTime allows you to work with multiple carriers through improved merging features. For more information on GeoTime 5.4 please check out the following resources:
GeoTime 5.4 Video Series
GeoTime What's New in 5.4 (including information on ArcGIS 10.1 support)
GeoTime was happy to attend the ISS World Americas Conference this year in Bethesda, MD. At the show we presented a law enforcement oriented presentation on “Reconstructing Suspect Movement through Data Fusion” and held our conference iPod draw.
GeoTime is glad to announce that Meagan from New Brunswick, Canada is the winner of the ISS World America’s GeoTime iPod Draw. Thanks to all who entered the draw this year. If you’re interested in entering future iPod draws, here’s a list of conferences and events we plan to attend in the future.
At the 2012 ESRI International User Conference, LA Clear analyst Toni Nunez presented a case in which GeoTime is used to analyze call detail records. Without a cooperating witness she works across multiple suspects and multiple carrier records in order to place a criminal at the vicinity of a gang related crime.
Nunez is a seasoned analyst who has worked over 300 cases which required call detail record analysis. As the demand for this type of analysis increases, she notes in the video, it is important that a tool like GeoTime provides analysts with the ability to quickly isolate and view suspect calls at specific points in time. Current methods of generating 2D static charts for use in court not only take a lot of time to produce, but fail to reveal the whole picture. GeoTime’s 2D view allows analysts to isolate and animate views requested by stakeholders such as the district Attorney’s office.
What also makes GeoTime unique for Nunez is its 3D view which allows analysts to animate movement patterns overtime. In the case she discusses in the video below, the animation clearly shows that the suspect moves towards the scene of the crime, based on his call records, when he said he was in another part of town at work. By merging multiple phone records, Nunez is able to place multiple suspects at the scene of the crime.