The needle in the haystack: Rare Traces in forensics

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Bundle of synthetic fibers taken with dark field illumination in
reflection. Source Aura Optik GmbH

This white paper presents a first-ever automated approach to digitalize spectral properties found on forensic trace carriers. By using high-performance Excelitas lenses and AI-driven software the few deviating traces on a trace carrier can be identified which can be decisive to solve a crime. Such traces are called rare traces in forensics.


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Greg Blackman looks at some of the imaging techniques used in forensics and criminal investigations, from the importance of CCTV to generating images of a suspect from an eyewitness account

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