Now the use of sophisticated equipment such as Mobile Forensics has been in great demand so that more and more people have an interest and curiosity in managing what Mobile Forensic is. Do not choose to use the Mobile model and not others.
So that many seminars are now being held as a place of introduction and knowing more by meeting with fellow Forensic fans from and experts or those who are highly qualified in the Mobile Forensic field.
For the nearest schedule, the procurement of Mobile forensic World is on March 5, 2019 and March 6, 2019 in the headline of the Forensic Europe Expo. The schedule has now come out along with some agenda items to be implemented such as on the upcoming March 5, 2019. The theme raised is by using one device that can run levers together or multifunction. Both the process of forensic and scientifically and in the field of ordinary science.
Speakers for the theme above will be conducted by David Spreadborough who came from the CFVA section International Trainer is included in Amped Software – Amped Software. This event will begin at 09.30 local time.
Then the seminar will also be continued with another agenda such as the speaker who raised the theme of Forensic Drone, a first and fastest effort to deal with threats that arise and also how to overcome if the prevention movement does not work well. With plans to fly various types of drones in various regions of the world that are expected to help reduce the potential for damage.
Problems that occur implicate the airline system and also start airing them, and also other problems that coexist and can be overcome by using drone technology. For the speaker on this theme is Tanya Pankova, the Marketing Manager who is part of the Oxygen Forensics team. Planned for talks and the presentation of this theme was enlarged at 09:55 local time.
Next is around 10:20 local time, discussing the reasons why the Thermal Energy Analyzer or commonly abbreviated as TEA is still an option for materials. The outline briefly explains the reason why this Thermal Energy Analyzer or TEA fits perfectly with the type of analysis relating to the use of nitrogen which is likely to become an explosive.
This SGC or TEA is still used as a routine forensic work carried out routinely in the laboratory. The special speaker of this theme invited Mark Landon, who has a position as Technical Director of Ellutia Events, to continue with the schedule and also a seminar speaker related to Mobile Forensic Service.