In the context of the constant enhancement and optimization of EVISCAN, a suction board has been developed which can straighten out wrinkled or creasy items like plastic bags or newspapers. Applying this upgrade, originally wrinkled evidences can also be analyzed easily with EVISCAN and latent prints are secured within a few minutes.
Time and again we were asked lately if it is possible to analyze evidences with a curved surface like batteries or gun cartridges with EVISCAN. Being constantly on the look-out for new challenges and striving to satisfy the customers’ and clients´ wishes, we intensely worked on that question and carried out several tests as well as pushed the development.
At EVISCAN, we are always looking for new projects and ideas to find solutions for challenges our customers face and to extend our technology for new and relevant functions. You can support us and benefit from this at the same time.
Today, forensic experts and crime scene technicians can avail of a number of methods to secure latent fingerprints on exhibits. The application of chemicals has proved worthy for different types of surfaces. Thus, powder, Cyanoacrylate, Ninhydrin, Indandione etc. are part of daily routine at the crime scene as well as in the lab.
An elderly woman is murdered during a robbery in a small town. The crime scene unit only finds one piece of evidence with the fingerprints of the potential suspect in the whole apartment.
While investigating the exhibit in the forensic department something unfortunately goes wrong.