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With GeoTime and CCTV, Austrian State Police quickly zeroed in on a potential suspect for a series of robberies, eager to take action before another crime happened.
When a pizzeria suddenly exploded, investigators used CDR data mapped in GeoTime to prove that the owner and Chechen mafia collaborated to claim the insurance money.
When a woman was found murdered in her home, investigators used GeoTime to build a case against the ex-boyfriend using CDR, GPS, and battery status.
CDR analysis showed homicide suspects moving together between crime scenes. When shown to one suspect, he confessed and cooperated with investigators.
When a suspect was ready to fight the charges brought against them, the GeoTime analysis persuaded him to waive his right to a preliminary hearing and plead guilty.
After an engaged couple were murdered, experts lined up facts with GPS simulations in GeoTime to reenact the exact time and sequence of the crime, and find the perpetrator.
When a Houston jury deliberated the fate of a father accused of killing his young son, videos created in GeoTime helped their decision.
A group of men were suspected of trying to kill endangered wolves. GPS analysis showed how they prepared and conspired to ambush the wolves.
Call records revealed phone activity after a person was reported missing. GeoTime helped narrowed down the location of calls and locate the victim, closing the case within a week.
Engistudio’s digital forensic consultant helps investigators in Tuscany analyze CDRs after the victim’s phone showed activity after her disappearance.
Ogden Police Department uses GeoTime on a variety of cases – Homicide to Drug Trafficking, for planning, analysis and presentation in court.
Analysts can now process data sets in seconds, what used to take hours or days. LA CLEAR uses GeoTime on call records analysis and more.