10 Years of CameraForensics
By Dave Ranner
2021 brought with it a whole host of developments and changes to everything we do here at CameraForensics. From working with our international partners on several projects to receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation.
With so much on the horizon as we enter 2022, we thought we’d take a quick look at our upcoming projects and focus for the year ahead.
As we move forward into 2022 and beyond, we’re focussing on improving the experience of our users at every level. Involving two main aspects, we hope to:
Simplifying how users activate and engage with our tools, assessing how we integrate with our partners, and improving workflows.
These are our main priorities for improving the experience for all CameraForensics users, and something we’re continuing to optimise in 2022. It’s not just about making our platform easier to use, it’s about empowering our users to get the most out of our platform and making it more efficient than ever to reach the results needed to drive positive change.
In previous years, the creation of training materials has played an important part in ensuring that our users are as well-equipped as possible to interact with our tools.
This continues to play an important role in our efforts for the years to come, including:
Our Knowledge Base is usually the first point of reference for any users looking to improve their understanding of CameraForensics or discover new ways to search more efficiently.
This year, we’re looking to expand our Knowledge Base even further to continue empowering our users and boost their confidence. Keep an eye out at learn.cameraforensics.com to be the first to know when we update our resources.
Our online training courses are a great way for users to understand how best to interact with the CameraForensics platform. Appropriate for users at all levels, each five-minute course contains an interactive element to support a ‘learn by doing’ approach and boost familiarity with our platform’s processes. Learn more about what it took to develop these training courses here.
From those just starting, to those looking to dive deeper into our range of tools, we’re focused on allowing users to get the most out of their efforts as possible.
But we’re not just focusing on improving the experience of our users, we’re also pressing the go button on many innovative R&D projects.
R&D is a critical component of CameraForensics, and one which demands constant attention as we look to new and emerging open-source applications and tools to keep up with the latest developments and techniques impacting the Child Sexual Abuse, Human Trafficking, and Modern Slavery landscape.
We’re always innovating to stay one step ahead of perpetrators and aid digital intelligence investigators to reveal new leads, and 2022 is no different.
With numerous R&D projects already in progress and more on the horizon, we’re excited to discover what new developments we’ll uncover in the coming year.
We’re immensely proud of our global network of partners and their passion for driving positive change worldwide.
In 2022, we’ll be continuing to engage with our partners on a wide range of projects and conferences to share knowledge and further our combined vision. From attending WeProtect’s Global Alliance Summit to engaging with new partners within the community, we’re excited about the possibilities that collaborative and more international efforts can produce.
With a wide range of projects in the pipeline, a focus on improving our user experience, and creating new training materials to empower investigators, we’re incredibly excited about the possibilities for innovation, collaboration, and change in 2022.
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