Forensic Analytics joins the Vivace consortium

We are pleased to have accepted an invitation to become members of Vivace – an exclusive consortium of technical companies who are ‘providing innovative, agile and flexible solutions to problems in the communications data space’. Over the coming months, we will be offering our knowledge, experience and expertise to help the Consortium in its mission… Read more »

CSAS RF Survey v1.4.0 brings unrivalled functionality

Cell Site Tower

CSAS RF Survey v1.4.0 is now available. This is a major release bringing extra functionality and support for additional survey data types. Highlights of this release include: • Confirming our status as a QRC Authorised Integrator, we can announce support for QRC survey data from their ICS device. Now 2G, 3G and 4G data can… Read more »

CSAS and RF Survey evidence supports knife crime conviction

Knife Crime

Karim Morris, who stabbed a 27-year-old man in the back and neck in Nottingham city centre before getting into a car and driving off, has been jailed for nine years. The victim suffered two stab wounds to his back – one puncturing a lung – and another to the back of his neck. He received… Read more »

UK Cellular Frequency Allocations

Cell tower

We’ve updated our Cellular Spectrum Guide – the latest issue is v10.0 for Q2 2019. There have been a few significant changes in the last quarter including 5G and 900MHz spectrum swaps. 5GEE have launched their 5G service and the initial 5G cells have been deployed using a 40MHz channel in the 3400-3600MHz (N78) band…. Read more »

How CSAS helped to identify and convict a gang who defrauded pensioners

Elderly man on the phone

According to the National Crime Agency, fraud remains the most commonly experienced crime in the UK, with an estimated annual overall cost of £190 billion. West Yorkshire and Humberside Police used CSAS to assist in the investigation of a conspiracy to defraud six elderly victims out of £39,500. A team of six suspects travelled to… Read more »