Oxygen Forensics

Oxygen Forensics Industry Leading Ability to Decode Drone Data is now Available

Alexandria, VA – September 06, 2017Oxygen Forensics, a worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, can now parse and decode drone data from Inspire 1, and Phantom 3 drones manufactured by DJI.

With over 770,000 registered drones in the United States alone and much more all over the world, drones take pictures and video and even can transport material. Law enforcement has looked for ways to acquire data from drones that perform an illegal activity, especially GPS location data such as altitude, a direction of travel, speed, rotor speed, and facial recognition data that can reveal the historical flight data of the drone.

“There is currently no forensic tool available in the market that allows forensic examiners to parse and decode data from drone storage,” said Reiber, COO, Oxygen Forensics. “This storage could be the on-board internal card, external SD card, or other storage space within the drone. Oxygen Forensic® Detective’s timeline feature shows the meta-data such as speed, direction, and more. We plan to add more drones to our capabilities in the months to come.”