Improved evidence capture from mobile digital devices

Radio Tactics has upgraded its Athena portable equipment range used for
real-time data acquisition from mobile devices, adding Garmin GPS
(global positioning system), ‘Grey Market’, Alcatel GSM (global system
for mobile communication) and Chinese devices capability.

Aug 12, 2010
By Paul Jacques
Former PCs Deniz Jaffer (left) and Jamie Lewis.

Radio Tactics has upgraded its Athena portable equipment range used for real-time data acquisition from mobile devices, adding Garmin GPS (global positioning system), ‘Grey Market’, Alcatel GSM (global system for mobile communication) and Chinese devices capability.

The Athena v4 upgrade builds on the v3 frontline intelligence-gathering platform with new features, including:

•Exploitation of positioning and tracking information from up to 300 Garmin GPS devices.

•Lists a further 3,100 devices, including an additional 1,500 supported and 50 validated devices compared to v3.

•Addition of international time zone support.

•Improved interface, making operations much faster.

•Decoding of R-UIM information from CSIM.

•On-board camera with increased capture resolution.

Andy Gill, CEO of Radio Tactics, commented: “Athena v4 offers support for a wider range of mobile devices including positioning and tracking information from hundreds of GPS devices. Crucially, this means that we can increase intelligence value from who and when to now include where.”

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