One of the most important types of evidence widely used by Law Enforcement and Private Investigators are Cellular records. Since these records are so important, it makes sense to have a tool that can accurately and reliably assist with mapping the towers, sectors and possibly even handset location data. One of the tools being trusted to do that mapping is DART® by HTCI.
DART® is a utility that allows for mapping of individual towers, or importing the entire Call Detail Record at once. Additionally, it can add ranges, azimuths and beam widths without the need of having a protractor or any other software. It also allows the user to choose between several different map options.
This webinar will introduce the attendee to the types of data included in call detail records and how to use DART to map this data for our investigations.
Call Detail Records
– What data is provided
– Interpreting different providers’ records
– Historical handset location data
Mapping call records with DART®
– Importing Network Element Listings
– Adding individual cell sites
– Mapping sectors using sector azimuths
– Using DART maps in reports
During the webinar, instruction will be given on how to download a copy of the instructor’s PowerPoint as well as additional resource materials pertaining to the topic.
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