MODERN AUTOMOBILES HAVE...
MILLION LINES OF CODE
OF DATA ON AVERAGE PER YEAR
Vehicles today are highly complex networks of integrated technical systems that are capable of generating and storing massive amounts of data.
These vehicles typically run over 150 subsystems on over 70 computer systems, with 150 million lines of coding, and can generate 20 TB of data per year on average.
Today's vehicles have more lines of code than a Boeing 747!
Recreating a Timeline: Vehicles collect and process vital data and stores it in repositories for use. The information contained within a vehicle's repositories is invaluable and indispensable evidence during investigations and court proceedings. Evidence that can be found include event data, location services information, and connected device information. With vehicle forensics, we are able to answer critical questions for investigators and generate new possbile leads. Not only can insights be gained about an incident that has occured, but insights into the surrounding times and patterns that have been established before and after the incident can be revealed. These insights and patterns are important to an investigation and court proceedings because a clear timeline of events can be established, making it easier to paint a clear picture of the events before, during, and after an incident. Questions like where did the incident occur, was the incident planned, and who was involved can be investigated with the evidence that is present on modern vehicles, and used for cases such as homicides, drug investigations, robbery, stalking, theft, accident investigations, white collar crimes like insurance fraud, civil cases, and more. Let us help you today! Send us your information for a consultation or give us a call at (502) 693-1136.
Doors Opening & Closing
Trunk Opening & Closing
GPS Time Syncs
Seat Belt Information
Geo Coded Information
Wireless Access Point Information
Social Media Feeds
Access Point Information
Vehicle Installed Applications
CAN VEHICLE FORENSICS REALLY MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Did you know that over 80% of crimes involve at least one vehicle, and almost every crime involves some digital element?
Knowing this, it is easy to see why vehicle forensics can make a difference in a case. Not only can vehicle forensics be important in a court room, it can make a huge difference in other cases like missing persons as well. Let us help you recreate the timeline in your case by following the facts. Fill out our form or call us today!