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Enforcing trust in multimedia
When digital images, videos and audio tracks are considered as possible evidences, it is necessary to verify, analyse and enhance such contents, in order to make their use effective during investigations and admissible in court.
FORLAB, the Multimedia Forensics Laboratory at PIN s.c.r.l. Educational and Scientific Services for the University of Florence, offers the expertise of its team that studies, develops and exploits technologies and innovative solutions for the analysis and processing of multimedia data for forensic purposes.
Through technical-scientific consulting, FORLAB assists Magistrates, Prosecutors, Lawyers, Law Enforcement, Citizens and Industries, to support the prosecution or defence in criminal and civil investigations, and to provide technical assistance and training in the handling, analysis and processing of possible digital evidence.


Technical training for management, improvement and analysis of digital evidence


Expert witnesses and technical consultancy services on multimedia content


Innovative solutions for the investigation of multimedia content


FORLAB YouTube Channel
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June 2017 FORLAB is able to transfer the innovative scientific and technological solutions for handling multimedia documents towards the real needs of legal world and workers in the forensic sector. … Read More

AMPED interviews Marco Fontani
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May 2017 One of the software that FORLAB applies most frequently in consulting and also training is the one from Amped Software. Amped started a series of interviews with a … Read More

Likelihood Ratio Calculation
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May 8-9, 2017 FORLAB attends a training on Likelihood Ratio Calculation for forensic applications The Likelihood Ratio (LR) is largely accepted as a metric of the reliability of evidence. On … Read More

ONIF Workshop
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May 2017 FORLAB participates in the ONIF event in Rome on May 16 on the topic of invaluable valorisation of digital forensics and consultants’ expertise (“L’irrinunciabile valorizzazione dell’informatica forense e … Read More

Training at Orders of Engineers
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April 2017 FORLAB collaborates to the training at “Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Pistoia” and “Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Brescia”, presenting Multimedia Forensics technologies for the digital … Read More

FORLAB at GTTI Thematic Meeting on Multimedia Signal Processing
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January 2017 FORLAB will attend the next meeting of GTTI Thematic Meeting on Multimedia Signal Processing, to be held in Courmayeur on January 29-31, 2017. Within the Special Session on … Read More

AMPED explains the benefit of technologies in investigative scenarios
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January 2017 The feeling on how technology is useful in investigative and judicial scenarios moves between two opposing sides: from the complete ignorance about the many information Multimedia Forensics algorithms … Read More

How FORLAB reports conclusions of a forensic analysis
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December 2016 When we are asked to conduct an analysis on a digital document (e.g., digital image, video sequence, audio track), we take into account all the aspects concerning the … Read More