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SatNav Forensics
The use of Satellite Navigation (SATNAV) systems is becoming an everyday occurrence for most of us. More and more drivers are buying SATNAV kits for their cars, and some cars even come with pre-installed ones.

Satellite navigation has taken many forms nowadays. Professional devices for the military or business trucks, handheld devices for outdoor activities, and larger devices for airplanes or ships.

SATNAV devices are becoming smaller and more accurate. Today they are embedded in mobile phones, laptops or other gadgets.

Every GPS enabled device is keeping a set of data saved. That data can include last known position, travel between two or more set positions, and time stamps.

This information can be useful to businesses, for recording purposes, for insurance companies, and also for solving crimes.

Today most smartphones offer an accurate SATNAV system in your hand. These smartphones offer you all the usual SATNAV features, plus the option to walk to your destination (rather than drive). An additional feature of the GPS enabled phones is that many of them embed the GPS info into the photos taken with the mobile. As a result the photo metadata can reveal the actual coordinates of the place where the photo was taken.

We have analyzed several GPS enabled devices and Geolocation data, for private, criminal and business cases.

We can extract geolocation metadata from images, videos and other media. We can also reassemble Google maps from internet browsing artefacts, and we can project SATNAV records on modern map apps like Google and Bing.

Do not hesitate to contact us for any queries you might have. We are happy to assist you with every kind of case, from a personal one to a long standing business arrangement.