Video Analysis

Video Analysis

Forensic Video Analysis is the scientific examination, comparison and/or evaluation of video in legal matters.
Video Analysis (VA) is the process, which aims to detect and determine temporal events not based on a single image. Our experts can built other functionalities, such as identification, behavior analysis or other forms of situation of awareness, based on the internal representation that VA generates. VA relies on input video of the best possible quality, therefore it is often combined with video enhancement technologies.

Photo Analysis

Photo Analysis

Photo analysis refers to the study of data and objects which have been depicted. Our experts use the most up to date technics and SOPs in order to process the photo evidence and gain the best resort.


Document Examination


A forensic document examiner (FDE) makes scientific examinations, comparisons and analysis of documents to: 

  • establish genuineness or no genuineness, or to expose forgery, or to reveal alterations, additions, or deletions,
  • identify or eliminate persons as the source of handwriting,
  • identify or eliminate the source of typewriting or other impression, marks, or relative evidence.

A FDE mainly expresses his findings by writing reports or giving testimony, when needed, to aid the users of the examiner’s services in understanding the examiner’s findings.
A forensic document examiner is not a graphologist; forensic document examination does not involve the study of handwriting to create a personality profile or even analyze a writer's personality or character.

Audio Analysis

Audio Forensics

Audio forensics is the field of forensic science related to the acquisition, analysis, and evaluation of sound recordings that may ultimately be presented as admissible evidence in a court of law; audio forensic evidence may come from a criminal investigation by law enforcement or as part of the official inquiry into a case.
Modern audio forensics makes extensive use of digital signal processing and some techniques of sound filtering.

Digital Evidence Examination

What is Computer Forensics?

Computer forensics or digital forensics is a process of electronic discovery to acquire digital evidence, analyze facts and report on a case by examining digital devices such as computers, hard drives or any other storage media or network, conducted by a suitably trained computer forensic analyst.