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Summary:

IBIS® TRAX-HD3D™, the world’s most advanced, accurate, and easy-to-use ballistics identification solution, offers exceptional 3D imaging, advanced comparison algorithms, and a robust infrastructure. With unparalleled 3D viewing tools, MATCHPOINT™ the firearm expert’s analysis station—provides various composition textures for an enhanced viewing experience, making it easier for users to interpret the markings and reach a conclusion.

This FREE WEBINAR is an online course that is designed to review key functions available in the MATCHPOINT software. During the webinar, demos will recap tools, such as Rank Sort, the Correlation tab, image overlays, and compositions, which can help you analyze correlation results and manipulate exhibit images. 

 

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The PDF slides of the presentation are available as well:

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Date:
 

Thursday, September 22 - 10:00 a.m EDT

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This webinar is intended for all MATCHPOINT users.
Specific version requirement: v3.0 or later.

PRESENTER: BRYAN LEAHY, TRAINER AT ULTRA ELECTRONICS FORENSIC TECHNOLOGY

With a background in Electronic Engineering, Bryan was hired by Forensic Technology in 2006 as a Field Technician where he developed strong technical support skills and face-to-face relationships with customers and their working environment. Then, in 2011, he joined the Forensic Technology Training department where he expanded his knowledge of the IBIS TRAX-HD3D and its practical implementation at customer sites.. Bryan develops online training materials and, with his expertise and outstanding training capabilities, he provides quality training to IBIS users around the world.

 


ABOUT MATCHPOINT

MATCHPOINT is the firearm expert's analysis station for reviewing the potential matches obtained from IBIS correlation algorithms. Access to high-resolution 2D images and precise 3D topography offers remarkable viewing capabilities and useful alternatives when analyzing cartridge case and bullet markings. Learn more >>