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Launch of Analyze Di Pro – Advanced Integrated Workflow
November 30, 2017 Kristofer

Launch of Analyze Di Pro – Advanced Integrated Workflow

Today, the big brother of Analyze DI Core (the Pro bono version) is officially launched. Analyze DI Pro offers advanced analytical features and capabilities, technology integrations, and the flexibility to ensure a smooth and efficient workflow. It is the perfect tool for investigations that require a more sophisticated and powerful approach, or if you are an investigator that want to take your work to the next level.

Analyze DI Pro is an advanced investigation tool, used to process, analyze, visualize and manage large volumes of images and video. Whether you work with analysis of CCTV footage, or you or your agency want to take a more victim centric approach, Analyze DI Pro is the right choice for you, ensuring effective and efficient investigations.

Analyze DI Pro will include a number of new, powerful and exciting features, such as next generation video capabilities (VUP Pro), and new and refined ways of processing, analyzing and reviewing video ingested from a variety of sources (including proprietary CCTV). Further, some of the existing and more advanced features in Analyze DI, such as Analyze Relations, Analyze Annotations and the open API, are moved into Analyze DI Pro only. You can expect these existing features getting more attention in the near future, including several new and exciting technology integrations.

Another great benefit of Analyze DI Pro, is that the CameraForensics app is now integrated into the workflow of the Pro version, and included in the price of the product.

Difference between Analyze DI Core and Analyze DI Pro

Put simply, the difference between Analyze DI Core (the pro bono version) and Analyze DI Pro is manual workflow and integrated workflow. We have spent a lot of time listening carefully to our customers: Your needs, challenges, wishes, and what features and possibilities that you ask for. It soon became clear that we have two types of users.

The first type uses Analyze DI for categorization and straightforward image/video review and analysis. For those users, although continuous development and improvement is important, an increasing range of features and capabilities are unnecessary and simply clutters the tool.

“Analyze DI Pro offers all the advanced and sophisticated features that you have told us that you need, from technology integrations to advanced video capabilities.”

Quite differently, the second type of users work with investigations that require advanced features and more sophisticated methods to get the job done. Many work at an agency where there is a momentum and drive to increase effectiveness, or change the focus in investigations, for example by working with a more victim centric approach.

Analyze DI Pro has been created to best satisfy both types of users. Analyze DI Core will be kept powerful, straightforward and uncluttered. Analyze DI Pro offers all the advanced and sophisticated features that you have told us that you need, from technology integrations to advanced video capabilities. Also, very importantly, introducing Analyze DI Pro means we can invest more in innovation, development, and new and exciting partnerships, as well as put more resources into improving the core of both products.

The difference between Analyzer DI and DI Pro? Download the comparison sheet.

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