In providing digital forensic products to its customers, Tri-Tech Digital Forensics (“TTDF”), a division of Tri-Tech Forensics, Inc. (“TTF”- TRITECHFORENSICS), focuses on efficacy, accuracy, and scalability. Investigators must be armed with the best tools to quickly analyze electronic evidence from a scene and to build solid cases to win convictions. TTDF’s Velocity Digital Forensics products are built with the best and latest technology platforms and components. Our digital product line gives the operator a solid basis for the imaging of case data for analysis, with the ability to post results in an intuitive report format. All of the components necessary to build a state-of-the-art digital forensics lab are offered by TTDF’s Velocity Digital Forensics line. The Velocity Digital Forensics product line includes the all-in-one Mobile Field Triage Kits that allow for capture and viewing of the suspect data at the scene, Workstations for Examiners/Investigators to utilize during discovery and examination of the digital evidence, and Storage Towers for both long-term storage and secure live access to all cases. We know how important our products are to the forensics community, from investigation to prosecution – that is why our slogan, Identify. Collect. Preserve., represents the mission of and to our customers.
TTF has been designing and manufacturing evidence collection kits for twenty-nine (29) years. We have supplied hundreds of thousands of evidence collection kits to the U.S. Military (for example, NSN # 6640-01-604-3258 for Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kits) over the past 10+ years, and are the trusted supplier of choice to military forces and government agencies around the world. Tritech has always been on the cutting edge of development to meet the ongoing demands of forensic agencies. TTF was the pioneer in establishing standardized, state-wide sexual assault evidence collection kits in the early 1980′s, was one of the first companies to manufacture blood/urine alcohol test kits for state highway patrol agencies, and was the leader in developing and manufacturing DNA Database collection kits in the early 1990′s during the very early days of DNA testing. TTF has long-term working relationships with a majority of the state forensic agencies in the U.S., and these relationships have allowed us to keep in touch with the current needs of the forensic community and to develop kits and products to meet those needs. We take that same solutions-driven approach to our digital forensic division.
Looking forward to meeting you,
Troy Vasos, VP of Digital Forensics