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ACME Portable Computer GmbH and IT Forensic Solutions in GPEC 2014

This year's 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Police, Special Forces and Public Safety opens its doors for the audience on 09 September 2014 in Leipzig, Germany.

Mobile Command Center, FlexPACIII (Photo: Business Wire)

Mobile Command Center, FlexPACIII (Photo: Business Wire)

ACME Portable Computer GmbH would like to invite all of the GPEC visitors and exhibitors to see the design and the technical features of the latest developed portable IT Forensic products in a 24 m² booth, in Hall 1 and Booth B07, at the Leipzig Messe Hall.

Sherlock Lite:

The Sherlock Lite is the perfect portable solution for duplicating data from suspicious systems in a safe and easy way. Competing products use an external write-blocker to duplicate the evidence but Sherlock Lite comes with an already integrated write-blocker, achieving true portable solution.

Sherlock Lite, with its compact size and light weight, is a portable solution to integrate any forensic software.

Sherlock Cube:

The Sherlock Cube is a small sized, field-ready, portable and a complete solution for computer forensics. With functions such as write-protected data duplication, automated forensic analysis and dynamic OS emulation, Sherlock Cube helps investigators achieve simple and forensically-sound field investigations.

Sherlock Tower:

The Sherlock Tower is a complete lab workstation solution that uses parallel technology for rapid hard disk duplication, with speeds up 19.5 GB/min, parallel analysis and OS emulation. It provides forensic features with up to 4 to 4 data duplication with 2 forensic hot-swappable write-blocker bays.

With Sherlock Tower you save labors, save time and money.

Mobile Command Center:

  • with Auto Number Plate Recognition

The Mobile Command Center is an all-in one, portable, easy and fast to set up solution, with 3 or 6 monitors, for emergency response and law enforcement. It comes with Auto Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) software, which allows police to identify and track vehicles using stationary or mounted cameras, GPS, and database cross- referencing.

  • for public safety

The Mobile Command Center is an entire mobile headquarter ,with either 3 or 6 monitors and all the relevant software , that can be up and running in the shortest possible time – allowing emergencies to be dealt quickly and effectively while being in the heart of the scene.

If you are unable to attend the show and you’d like more information feel free to contact us under

Email: [email protected]
Tel: +49 (0) 721 570453-0

We are looking forward to seeing you there

ACME Portable Computer GmbH
Benzstrasse 15
76185, Karlsurhe, Germany

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