10/27/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 10/27/2020 01:04
CSI: Augmented Reality
The world is obsessed with automation. Companies spend billions on technology that improves productivity, reduces the need for manpower and saves time. What if a tool could do just that for crime scene investigators?
In nearly every corner of the enormously popular CSI universe, teams use advanced tech to gather evidence. Augmented reality (AR) is a favored weapon in this arsenal, capable of digitally mapping crime scenes in seconds.
Luckily for both fans of the hit CBS series and real-life crime scene analysts, Smart Glasses could help turn anyone into Sherlock Holmes.
How Smart Glasses could make forensics a breeze
AR could help eliminate unsolved crimes. Smart Glasses could give CSIs a helping hand in the first 48 hours after a murder - and beyond.
How Smart Glasses could one day assist crime scene investigators:
Fingerprints of the future
In Detroit, less than 15% of homicides are solved. Investigators could benefit from a tool that harnesses the power of the digital world for hands-free use.
Near-future detectives would be foolish to enter crime scenes without the help of augmented reality. As they comb through evidence, their glasses could gather information using AI and machine learning.
Controlled by a user's voice, Smart Glasses have the potential to greatly improve every CSI member's performance.
While we wait for CSIs to adopt Smart Glasses, take a look at some of the tech's latest breakthroughs:
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