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Cellular Mapping, a developer of law enforcement forensics tools, announces an update to its cell site analysis software, the Cellular Analysis Mapping Program (CAMP). The latest version of CAMP includes features to reduce workload, while also offering an affordable and robust solution to analyze and create custom maps of cell phone activity.
Designed for law enforcement investigators and crime analysts, CAMP automates the mapping of call detail records from cell phone companies such as AT&T, Cricket, MetroPCS, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile, and Verizon. CAMP uses a simple push-button interface to rapidly take cell site information and visualize that data in Google Earth and Microsoft MapPoint.
By employing automatic recognition algorithms to determine the service provider of cellular records, CAMP cuts through the confusion of having to know the ins and outs of various data formats. CAMP determines the cell phone company, makes the appropriate interpretation of the records, and maps that data.
CAMP provides the ability to process hundreds of cell phone call detail records in seconds, allowing investigators and analysts more time to work on their investigation rather than data manipulation.
CAMP currently supports Microsoft Excel 2000 and higher, running on Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
For more information, visit www.cellularmapping.com.