Mobile technology has become a very powerful tool for fighting crime. We can extract calls, messages, browsing data and location history. If mobile phone has been used during crimes there will be a trace that can be used for solving those crimes. It is estimated that there are more than 7 billion mobile devices currently in use. Considering the amount of phones we can say that almost every crime is somehow related with mobile technology.
We also can not forget that mobile technology can be used for public service - for example civil warning broadcast or emergency calls to find the people who need rescue or help.
Reach-U created the first solution with live positioning service in the world. The development for locating emergency callers began in cooperation with Ericsson in December 1999. It was installed in the EMT network (TeliaSonera-owned mobile operator in Estonia) in May 2000.
We have more than 15 years of experience to provide applications, tools and analysis for digital forensics, surveillance and rescue services.