Developers of new forensic devices, processes and instruments come to us for efficient and honest evaluations; our results are thorough and trusted. For more than a decade, NFSTC scientists have tested and evaluated new technology, putting new tools through their paces.
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New products, new uses
Does a new instrument work as intended? Can an older instrument be applied to forensics in a new way? NFSTC@FIU works with manufacturers and developers to establish testing criteria, then performs all testing and provides complete reporting.
To fully evaluate a given technology, NFSTC@FIU assesses performance in conformity, reproducibility, sensitivity, specificity, maintenance, portability and sample use. Also evaluated are user-experience items like controls, screen readability, weight and packaging. User manuals and troubleshooting instructions can be evaluated and end-users surveyed to provide a complete picture of how a piece of technology will work in the field or could be improved.
Materials to support your tech
Your product support can also include end-user materials and training. NFSTC@FIU has in-house instructional designers and technical writers, and can provide training design, delivery, and user documentation for any piece of equipment. Our complete, end-to-end service can improve product development, documentation and the end-user experience.
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We are a trusted partner for the CBRNE Tech Index, and teamed up to increase access to accurate and unbiased information about detection technology, allowing forensic agencies and investigators a way to compare and find tools that will best suit their needs. www.cbrnetechindex.com
NOTE: NFSTC’s technology evaluations are objective assessments and are not to be construed or used as endorsement, recommendation or approval of the technology. All equipment model numbers, specifications and prices were current at the time of the evaluation and are subject to change without notice or revision.