Ballistics Imaging, analysis and identification

By: Forensic Technology (wai)  09-12-2011
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We pride ourselves on developing and supporting high-tech tools for use by public safety agencies to combat firearm-related crime.

Our success began with what we now refer to as our Systems. The IBIS Heritage product family was derived from the creation and later merging of the BulletProof™ and BrassCatcher™ software and hardware to create the world-renowned (Integrated Ballistics Identification System) Hub.

A system designed to both acquire and analyze spent bullets and cartridge cases, IBIS has undergone numerous changes and improvements over the years.

Pushing the envelope further, we developed , a state-of-the-art 3D bullet imaging station and ,a comparative analysis station for examining 2D and 3D images.

In 2006, we launched , the first and only 3D cartridge case imaging station. The addition of BRASSTRAX-3D solidified the creation of a new product family, IBIS® TRAX-3D™. Forensic Technology now offers the only truly integrated ballistics identification systems in the world for both fired bullets and cartridge cases that can capture and help you examine three-dimensional as well as two-dimensional images.

The good news continues with the fact that the new IBIS TRAX-3D product family can be integrated with existing IBIS Heritage Systems. This is made possible because both product families utilize standard configurations to capture 2D images, making data sharing and cross correlation possible between the product families.

Currently, we offer the IBIS TRAX-3D product family for ballistic data , , , as well as the the FRT (Firearms Reference Table) for .

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