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Ultra Electronics Forensic Technology announced today that it has been awarded a five-year frame contract from ATF, valued at over US$85 million, for the provision of hardware, software, support and training services to ATF’s National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN). This is the fourth five-year frame services contract awarded to Forensic Technology since 2003. Forensic Technology has been expanding and servicing the Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS®) equipment deployed by ATF since 1994.View
by Soham Thorat and Daniel Zatkovic. People want to travel. So do criminals. People need to travel. For business. For pleasure. The world’s economies rely on travelers to stimulate their economies through tourist and business spending. It’s been a growing trend since… time immemorial. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) projects 16 billion worldwide airlineView
When planning the integration of IBIS® into your policing of a city, state/province and/or country, the list of possible approaches can seem endless.View
Whereas examination tools provide examiners with data to form conclusions, a screening tool such as IBIS compares data from many exhibits providing investigators with timely investigative information,View
This webinar discusses not only the concept of using regional ballistic networks to handle and manage casework innovatively but, also shows how this strategy has been effectively incorporated by one police agency to a great amount of success.Watch
Change is not easy. Whether it be at a political level, management level, or even at the forensic lab, the need for change isn’t always broadcast and effecting change isn’t always easy. This video is an excellent summary of how actionable intelligence can be obtained from crime guns and related evidence. The innovation, will, andWatch
A violent transnational gang, operating between Spain and Portugal, has been stopped thanks to diligent police work, rigorous cross border protocols, and an innovative new-technology-based program called the INTERPOL Ballistic Information Network (IBIN).View