In previous work on the MsSAM (Methods to Support Shared Analysis for Mobile Investigators) project, we presented an initial prototype device to be used to support evidence recovery on a crime scene. Using some of the findings from this and combining it with other work for minimal interaction, and shared awareness for strategic field operations, we proposed a system that would support efficient recovery of forensic data from the field with a simple easy-to-use interface which has the same 'look and feel' on a variety of hardware platforms. We then tested this with a group of final year Crime Scene Science students with encouraging results. We then present how this could be used to support real-time, online, multiple investigator collaboration.
|Title of host publication||Eleventh international symposium on wearable computers, ISWC 2007|
|Place of Publication||Piscataway|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Event||11th IEEE International Symposium on wearable computers - Boston, United States|
Duration: 11 Oct 2007 → 13 Oct 2007
|Conference||11th IEEE International Symposium on wearable computers|
|Period||11/10/07 → 13/10/07|