Forensic Technology created the Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS) in 1991. This groundbreaking technology enables the imaging and identification of large quantities of firearm evidence across a network of sites, as well as the automated identification of likely matching bullets or cartridge cases.
We also design and produce advanced systems for the forensic examination of documents, whether they be passports, currency, or questioned documents. We offer a wide range of viewing and analysis systems that cater to both small agencies all the way to large facilities.
We started from the user experience and worked backwards to develop a new generation analysis and confirmation tool that leveraged the benefits of IBIS® (Integrated Ballistic Identification System)
and our years of experience in developing state-of-the-art comparison microscopes.
The Firearms Reference Table (FRT) is an interactvie computer database of firearms used for accurate identification and contains over 28,000 records of makes and models.
Our crime scene equipment is designed for forensic science laboratories to help investigators and technicians in the criminal identification of evidence.
Our expertise in engineering and OEM-manufacturing extends to opto-electronic components, subsystems and complete instruments. These also include laser collimators, laser mirrors, and focusing mechanics.
With modern crime fighting technologies, you can never afford to fall behind, and our services can not only ensure that your equipment is protected and up to date, but that your personnel is trained, informed, and recognized.
SafeGuard™ protects your technological investment by keeping your equipment operating at an optimal level. As a SafeGuard member, you automatically benefit from new features released with every major software upgrade.
Maximize your agency's efficiency: enroll in Forensic Technology product training. Our customizable training programs ensure that your investment yields exceptional results and brings ongoing value to your team and department.
The 13 Critical Tasks is more than a forensic workshop — it’s a fundamental approach for investigating firearm crime.
How many hits do you have? Forensic Technology provides plaques, free of charge, for agencies that voluntarily report their hits.
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