Audio Search and Geolocation from ZyLAB

Two new developments from ZyLAB are worth passing on. In contrast to some players in this market, ZyLAB produces press releases which are short and to the point, without the boilerplate wrappers so beloved of others which set you nodding off before you reach the bit which counts. I will leave you to read them for yourself.

One is the ZyLAB Audio Search Bundle which allows quick identification of relevant sound clips from multimedia, fixed line telephones and VoIP. The aim is to make audio collection as easy to find, review and analyse as other forms of electronic data.

The other involves the capture of geolocation data from those devices which use it, either for simple research in its own right or to match it with other data (e.g. the text from e-mails) in order to analyse all the sources together, perhaps to compare with witness evidence. The results can be plotted on Google maps.

I wrote only a couple of days ago about how FTI Technology can cross-match statistical and financial information against textual data. This is a parallel concept. In both cases the separate sources of data are useful in their own right but become infinitely more valuable, potentially saving months of manual cross-checking, when combined in this way.


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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