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Griffeye opens US subsidiary
Griffeye opens US subsidiary

Griffeye opens a subsidiary in USA, that will give North American customers closer support in their valuable work. Griffeye Inc…

Talk to Rey. Leading the way for Griffeye Inc
Talk to Rey. Leading the way for Griffeye Inc

Griffeye is proud to announce the opening of a US office dedicated to serving our North American customers. This is…

Griffeye partners with New York University…
Griffeye partners with New York University…

Griffeye has teamed up with the New York University to start building novel tools. Griffeye Director Johann Hofmann tells us…

Co-development with New York University…
Co-development with New York University…

Researchers at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering and Griffeye have begun building a sophisticated suite of tools…

Analyze 17.0 – Phase One
Analyze 17.0 – Phase One

We kickstart 2017 with the release of Analyze 17.0.0 with the possibility for our CS users to add face recognition.…

Griffeye increases its presence in the APAC…
Griffeye increases its presence in the APAC…

We are delighted to announce five new partners in the APAC region, based in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia,…

Meet Magnus Hedlund, new Senior Solutions…
Meet Magnus Hedlund, new Senior Solutions…

He has over twenty years’ experience of relationship based sales, a great professional network and detailed knowledge of the working…

Analyze 16.4.1 – Facing Endless possibilities
Analyze 16.4.1 – Facing Endless possibilities

Reaching the end of 2016 we lay the final bricks in the solid foundation for an exciting 2017. Today we…

A chat with Martino Jerian, CEO at Amped…
A chat with Martino Jerian, CEO at Amped…

Amped Software was officially created in 2008 and my ultimate aim has been to create tools that are the world…

Griffeye partners with Amped to create…
Griffeye partners with Amped to create…

In response to the growing volume and varying quality of data involved in forensic investigations, Griffeye, the world’s premier intelligence…

Analyze 16.4 – Facing Endless possibilities
Analyze 16.4 – Facing Endless possibilities

Sometimes the big changes happen in the background. They don’t change the way something looks or feels, but suddenly they…

New video – Look beyond what you can see
New video – Look beyond what you can see

Today we are proud to release a new video on how the Analyze Platform helps investigators accumulate knowledge, build intelligence…

How to maximize accumulated knowledge…
How to maximize accumulated knowledge…

After many years of working close to organizations such as law enforcement agencies, Pelle Garå at Griffeye has seen many…

Analyze 16.3 – The Next Standard
Analyze 16.3 – The Next Standard

Quality is one of Griffeye’s three core values and we can’t stress enough how important the quality work is for…

Analyze 16.2.2 – The Next Standard
Analyze 16.2.2 – The Next Standard

We are pleased to kick off our second year with the launch of Griffeye Analyze 16.2.2. The new version extends…

  • Griffeye opens US subsidiary

    Griffeye opens a subsidiary in USA, that will give North American customers closer support in their valuable work. Griffeye Inc…

  • Griffeye opens US subsidiary to meet demands…

    Bringing new and existing customers dedicated North American support and service

  • Talk to Rey. Leading the way for Griffeye Inc

    Griffeye is proud to announce the opening of a US office dedicated to serving our North American customers. This is…

  • Griffeye partners with New York University…

    Griffeye has teamed up with the New York University to start building novel tools. Griffeye Director Johann Hofmann tells us more…

  • Co-development with New York University…

    Researchers at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering and Griffeye have begun building a sophisticated suite of tools to be used for child sexual exploitation investigations and Victim ID.

  • New forensics tools will speed the…

    NYU Tandon and Griffeye Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence Technology to Quickly Analyze Photos…

  • Analyze 17.0 – Phase One

    We kickstart 2017 with the release of Analyze 17.0.0 with the possibility for our CS users to add face recognition. Technology integration with NEC NeoFace Facial Recognition not only means you can seamlessly use state-of-the-art face recognition in Analyze, you can also leverage other tools within the Analyze suite to…

  • Griffeye invests in the APAC region

    Griffeye increases focus on the APAC region with the recruitment of a new Senior Solutions Executive, Magnus Hedlund.

  • Griffeye increases its presence in the APAC…

    We are delighted to announce five new partners in the APAC region, based in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand.

  • Meet Magnus Hedlund, new Senior Solutions…

    He has over twenty years’ experience of relationship based sales, a great professional network and detailed knowledge of the working in the APAC region.

  • Analyze 16.4.1 – Facing Endless possibilities

    Reaching the end of 2016 we lay the final bricks in the solid foundation for an exciting 2017. Today we release Analyze 16.4.1, with main focus on Analyze CS.

  • A chat with Martino Jerian, CEO at Amped…

    Amped Software was officially created in 2008 and my ultimate aim has been to create tools that are the world standard for the investigation of images and videos.

  • Griffeye partners with Amped to create…

    In response to the growing volume and varying quality of data involved in forensic investigations, Griffeye, the world’s premier intelligence and visual big data platform, has partnered with Amped Software, the leading provider of forensic image and video analysis solutions to address some of the biggest challenges facing forensic communities…

  • The value of accumulated knowledge – and how to maximize it.

    After many years of working close to organizations such as law enforcement agencies, Pelle Garå at Griffeye has seen many of the challenges that they, and other organizations, face. We sat down for a chat about the need for organizations to gather, store and share vast amounts of information and…

  • Analyze 16.4 – Facing Endless possibilities

    Sometimes the big changes happen in the background. They don’t change the way something looks or feels, but suddenly they have opened new doors that we didn’t know existed.

  • New video – Look beyond what you can see

    Today we are proud to release a new video on how the Analyze Platform helps investigators accumulate knowledge, build intelligence and solve more cases. At the same time our website changes shape, with a new look and feel.

  • How to maximize accumulated knowledge…

    After many years of working close to organizations such as law enforcement agencies, Pelle Garå at Griffeye has seen many of the challenges that they, and other organizations, face. We sat down for a chat about the need for organizations to gather, store and share vast amounts of information and…

  • Analyze 16.3 – The Next Standard

    Quality is one of Griffeye’s three core values and we can’t stress enough how important the quality work is for us. Griffeye’s quality assurance team is constantly growing and with every new release we aim for an even more efficient and reliable software suite. We know how important this is…

  • Analyze 16.2.2 – The Next Standard

    We are pleased to kick off our second year with the launch of Griffeye Analyze 16.2.2. The new version extends its ability as the most open and flexible image and video investigation platform available.

  • The most common question: A chat with Customer Care

    Taking good care of our customers is something that we take really seriously at Griffeye. We want to build great relationships with our customers and we are always interested to hear feedback on how to improve our products and services. But how does that transform into customer care?

  • More Training and Collaboration Are Needed to Keep up with Changing Technology

    As digital content’s role in investigations continues to increase, law officers are relying on advanced technology to help solve a slew of cases – from child exploitation to national security and white collar crimes. However, without the proper training and collaboration to share best practices, these tools will never be…

  • Analyze 16.2 available now – Let’s further enhance

    Have a look at the latest release, Analyze 16.2, with major improvements and several new features. Our CS customers won’t be disappointed with features such as file- and case upload support, added capabilities to Alerts & Notifications as well as enhanced case management. Log in to the Griffeye user portal…

  • Guidance Software in partnership with Griffeye

    EnCase Forensic becomes Project VIC compliant and integrates with Griffeye Analyze using the VICS data model. That was recently announced at the Enfuse conference in Las Vegas. The integration will serve all users of Griffeye Analyze, enabling more seamless forensic investigations.

  • Technology: A Double Edged Sword?

    Digital forensic investigators from around the world agree that video is continuing to play a large role in child sexual abuse and other criminal cases. While still images remain a critical part of investigations, video can often provide greater details and a more holistic view of the situation at hand.

  • Media management helps Arizona task force decrease investigation time

    AZICAC investigators have decreased their workloads between 70 and 80 percent. While processing 980,000 images used to take months when done manually, investigators can now process that amount in two days. This helps them present more evidence in court.

  • How child predator was caught by tiny clue in photo he posted online

    The CNN Freedom Project is a set of incredible stories that amplify the voices of the victims of modern-day slavery and highlight success stories. Learn more about the powerful story of Project VIC and the technology helping the cause, including Griffeye Analyze.

  • Building Partnerships: How interoperability leads to success

    As law enforcement cases become more complex – whether because of geography or technology – having access to specialized solutions that work together seamlessly is more important than ever.

  • Opening Up to Integration: A Chat with Mattias Shamlo

    2016 is already shaping up to be a busy year for Griffeye’s CTO Mattias Shamlo – and it’s only March…

  • For Child Sex Crimes, Algorithms and Data Analysis Bolster Investigative Collaborations

    “This has been the most significant change in forensics and dealing with these cases that our folks have seen ever,” Jim Cole, a special agent with Homeland Security Investigations, says.

  • Diving into Digital

    Nearly a million minutes of video content will cross the global IP network by 2019—which means that more video than ever is floating around networks, and it’s not all just for entertainment.1 Whether it’s the introduction of police-worn body cameras or viral videos of crimes appearing across social media, it’s…

  • Griffeye attends the 19th European Police Congress

    We are attending the 19th European Police Congress in Berlin, starting today. It is the largest conference for internal security in the European Union, and an international information platform for decision makers from police forces and security authorities and industries. We are looking forward to two interesting days.

  • Venturing into Video Analytics with Johann Hofmann

    2015 has been extremely busy for Johann Hofmann, Director and Head of Griffeye. From speaking with hundreds of…

  • Doing our Part – Using Technology for Good

    By partnering with ICMEC and Project VIC, a wider audience of law enforcement officers around the world have access to Analyze and other technologies that are critical in child exploitation investigations. To demonstrate our commit to the cause, our donation of Analyze means that the technology is available pro bono…

  • The Passion Behind the Project: The Importance of Training

    To enact true change, the right tools and proper training is key, but advanced, first-class tools tend to have a price tag that agencies can’t afford. That is why we at Project VIC, where our mission is to create an ecosystem of information and data sharing between domestic and international…

  • Griffeye and Magnet Forensics Announce…

    Griffeye and Magnet Forensics today announced their partnership at the 2015 Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference. The companies have collaborated to develop an integration between Griffeye Analyze DI and Magnet IEF. This integration enables forensics examiners that use both Griffeye Analyze DI and Magnet IEF to export pictures and…

  • Griffeye and Nuix in technology partnership

    Since April 2015 Griffeye and Nuix are in a technology partnership, integrating their investigative tools and allowing users to analyze multiple digital media formats in a timely manner. “Together with Nuix, we’re able to offer a solution that can analyze any type of digital material an investigator may come across,…

  • HIS Victim Identification Program received GCN Award

    A big congratulations to Jim Cole, national program manager for victim identification at the Department of Homeland Security, who received a GCN award for Project VIC. Project VIC gives investigators the ability to use open standards-based tools to help analyze child exploitation cases quickly and efficiently. With technology, such as…

  • DHS will use the Griffeye Analyze platform to evaluate cutting-edge technologies

    The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Non-Cooperative Biometrics Program will use the Griffeye Analyze platform to evaluate cutting-edge technologies, such as facial recognition, to combat some of the most technologically challenging cases – child exploitation. In an article in SIGNAL, George Seffers speaks with Jim Cole, national program manager–victim identification…

  • NetClean Analyze becomes Griffeye Analyze

    Today we are excited to announce that the world’s leading digital media investigation platform, NetClean Analyze, has moved into a new peer company called Griffeye. The solutions are now rebranded as Griffeye Analyze Digital Investigator (DI) & Collaboration Server (CS). Griffeye will actively push boundaries and continue to broaden its…

  • Launch of parent company Safety Society Group

    Today we are excited to announce that the world’s leading digital media investigation platform, NetClean Analyze, has moved into a new peer company called Griffeye. The solutions are now rebranded as Griffeye Analyze Digital Investigator (DI) & Collaboration Server (CS). Griffeye will actively push boundaries and continue to broaden its…