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Evidence Recorder 10 Released
« on: September 16, 2014, 12:23:32 PM »
Map Crime and Crash Scenes Faster and Add Video with MapScenes Evidence Recorder 10   

The newest version of MapScenes Evidence Recorder includes powerful video streaming capabilities and accelerates project startup and instrument configuration for an instant productivity boost on every scene.

(West Kelowna, BC, Canada – September 12, 2014) – MapScenes Systems, the leading developer of accident scene mapping and reconstruction software, announces the release of Evidence Recorder 10, the next generation of the world’s best-selling evidence collection software built specifically for the professional reconstructionist.
The latest release offers improvements in the following areas:
  • Powerful Video Streaming – Visually define scan areas when using instruments with integrated scanning capabilities, like the Leica Nova MS50 MultiStation, and automatically transfer and export point cloud data. For 32-bit Windows PCs and tablets.
  • Automatic Instrument Reconnection – Improve your productivity by allowing the software to automatically reconnect to the previous instrument when the application first starts up or after a connection has been dropped.
  • Streamlined Project Creation – Improve work efficiency with centralized project settings that can be set as a default for future use. This combined with instrument reconnection allows you to create a new project and go to map view with only two clicks.
  • Faster Bluetooth Connections – Easily switch between instruments with a new Bluetooth Device Manager that stores device information.
  • Advanced Export Options – Define custom formats and unlimited fields and in the ASCII export screen.
  • And much more – It is highly recommended that current and new users review the full release notes on the MapScenes website.
The already long list of supported coordinate systems, geoids, instruments, and data collectors has been expanded in the newest version of Evidence Recorder, making it easy to integrate into any existing forensic operation.
"For Evidence Recorder 10, our entire focus has been on streamlining existing workflows to improve productivity for new and existing users," said Jason Poitras, General Manager of MapScenes. "All of the workflow improvements substantially lower the learning curve and make it much easier to use day in and day out."

To learn more or download a free demo, visit