The aim of the RISEN project is the development of a set of real-time contactless sensors for the optimization of the trace, detection/visualisation, identification and interpretation on site, with a consequent reduction of the time and resources in the laboratory, and for a fast exchange of information among LEAs.
The new proposed approach could be applied to the classical forensic investigations and to disaster sites, e.g. after a terrorist attack. The objectives of the RISEN project will be obtained by:
Developing and demonstrating contactless, non-destructive, automated sensors to identify, select and label trace materials;
Processing and sending in real-time acquired in-situ data to a 3D Augmented Crime Scene Investigation system to produce an interactive 3D model of the scene with position and labelling of traces and relative results of the on-site analysis.
The crime scenes, with analytical information from traces, will be digitally frozen to be available at any time for several purposes in the criminal justice system.
The identified traces will be digitally marked and inventoried, and a digitalised Chain of Custody will be established in real-time implementing mechanisms that assure data integrity over its lifecycle.
RISEN project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research & innovation programme under Grant Agreement no 883116.
Official website: https://www.risen-h2020.eu/