Under the Technical Support Working Group, Cybernet is building an Automated Expeditionary Site Documentation System (AESDS) that accurately documents event and crime scene sites at indoor and outdoor locations. The AESDS will be composed of two primary components, the handheld AESDS data collection system and the Site Exploitation Monitor Hub (SEMB).

“The difficult part is the development of technology that is almost a Star Trek like Tricorder, where we can map out a room or similar environment using just machine vision,” said Charles J. Cohen, Cybernet’s Chief Technology Officer. “Given the limitations of a hand held processing unit, this is a challenging and exciting project.”

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