Great Basin Forensics
Remote Forensics

What is Remote Forensics?
Remote Forensics is the specialty of Great Basin Forensics, which provides a hardware and software based remote forensic image examination system for questioned documents such as currency, credit cards, passports or any type of personal identification.

Remote Forensics combines the TrueImage M1000 (or any document image source) and the Remote Forensics web application to create a forensic document examination tool where images of identity and financial documents can be submitted, viewed, compared, shared and examined locally or at one or more remote locations.

Please visit our YouTube Channel for visual demos.

TrueImage M1000

The TrueImage M1000 is an advanced imaging device that can be used in the laboratory, field or office as a document examination and investigative tool. Engineered utilizing the Crowley MACHCAM 71 mega-pixel camera and an advanced lighting array (patent pending), the M1000 can image passport and similar sized documents at 2,000 pixels an inch, making it an essential and versatile tool in document examination.

Manufactured by The Crowley Company, the TrueImage M1000 integrates seamlessly with the Remote Forensics web application for total ease of use.

Deep Zoom

Deep Zoom technology provides the ability to easily handle very large, high resolution forensic quality images.

Document images can be uploaded directly from the Trueimage M1000 or from the website file submission page. They can then be displayed very quickly on desktop or mobile devices and zoomed up to full resolution with little to no latency.

Image Comparison

It's easy to display document images side by side for forensic examination. Zooming or panning one image performs the same operation on the other image for ease of use.

OVD Examination

Using the TrueImage M1000, Optically Variable Devices can be illuminated using UV or white light from many different angles and directions.

Illumination options include:
  • 80 banks x 8 LED's per bank
  • 15-60 degree angles in 5 degree increments
  • Each increment is available in 8 directions (N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW)
  • White or UV365 light