Tobias Kiertscher

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In forensic investigations, the recovering of latent fingerprints is one of the most essential issues. Driven by human experts, today this process is very time consuming. An automation of both examination of suspicious areas and acquisition of fingerprints lead on the one hand to the covering of larger surfaces and on the other hand to significant speed up(More)
Application of non-invasive scan technologies for acquisition of latent fingerprints promise a better support of forensic and dactyloscopic experts when securing evidence at crime scenes. Furthermore, non-destructive acquisition preserve the chance of subsequent chemical and forensic analysis of left residue. Based on results of an ongoing research project(More)
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