State-of-the-art ballistic analysis with true 3D imaging

Forensic Pathways Ltd, UK is collaborating alongside Pyramidal Technologies to deliver ALIAS, ‘The Advanced Ballistics Identification System’ for forensic investigators around the world.

ALIAS creates visually enhanced 3D images of bullets and cartridge cases.

  • Introduction to ALIAS
  • Micron-Level Accuracy
  • ‘Three Step Approach’
  • Pricing

Introduction

Forensic Pathways Ltd, UK is collaborating alongside Pyramidal Technologies to deliver ALIAS, ‘The Advanced Ballistics Identification System’ for forensic investigators around the world.

ALIAS creates visually enhanced 3D images of bullets and cartridge cases. ALIAS provides ballistics analysts with powerful analytical tools including, topographically sensitive colorisation, axis orientation and adjustable light source capability. The application-specific interferometer is manufactured in Switzerland using the finest ‘Swiss’ engineering. Importantly, ALIAS offers interoperability with current ballistics identification databases that produce 2D visualisations of bullets and cartridge cases.

ALIAS 3D scanning, cross-correlation and micron-level analysis is both accurate and efficient.   Bullet and cartridge case visualisations provide high levels of accuracy at 1/50th of the diameter of a human hair or 2 microns. Furthermore, the ‘three step approach (competitor’s products take up to seven steps) speeds up investigations, reduces costs as well as the margin for error. The 3D imaging, correlation, visualisation and confirmation capability provides forensic investigators with an exponential increase in bullet and cartridge data, whilst speeding up investigations and reducing costs.

ALIAS information / data can be shared internally, nationally and or internationally. Bullet and cartridge case images, alongside case related information can be shared with speed, ease and accuracy.

Micron-level accuracy

ALIAS micron-level accuracy will enable your team to secure more criminal convictions from ballistics identification data.

Bullet and cartridge case visualisations provide high levels accuracy at 1/50th of the diameter of a human hair or 2 microns.

The increased performance provided by the ‘Advanced Ballistics Identification System’ (ALIAS) speeds up investigations and reduces costs. Additionally, the ‘three step approach’ promotes best practice, increases the speed of identifications and reduces the margin for error when imaging, correlating or confirming 3D images of bullets and cartridge cases collected from crime scenes.

Please contact Forensic Pathways for a demonstration of ALIAS.

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‘Three Step Approach’

‘The Three Step Approach’ imaging, correlation and confirmation process is revolutionary. The revolution starts with superior cross-correlation technology that supports existing 2D bullet and cartridge cases in databases from competitor systems. Swiss manufacturing provides investigators with a laser light interferometer to scan bullets / cartridge cases to create ‘True 3D Visualisationswith speed.

The interferometer and patented 3D cross-correlation technology allows investigators to analyse visually rich 3D images with accuracy that is un-heard of within the forensic industry. The technology features topographically sensitive colorisation, moveable light sources, and infinitely adjustable axis orientation.

ALIAS’s confirmation feature provides forensic investigators with the confidence needed to secure conviction after conviction.

Pricing

The technology is reasonably priced when compared with competitor systems. Five annual support packages range from zero cost upwards. Our platinum support package provides law enforcement agencies with 24/7 support and is designed for large scale law enforcement agencies.

Call +44 (0) 121 231 3215 for a tailored quote.

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