TEAC Disc Publishing Systems offer the complete dual-purpose functionality that make such systems practical for forensic examiners. With one of these systems collection of discs can be completely automated for up to 300 discs at a time as well as providing a easy-to-use network tool for all examiners in a facility to utilize to create CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.
InfinaDyne has partnered with TEAC to provide these systems with the CD/DVD Inspector software and camera hardware to photograph discs for identification and documentation. The new 2 megapixel cameras for these systems produce the best disc photographs possible because of both the high resolution and taking these photographs in a completely enclosed glare-free environment.
CD/DVD Inspector has been serving the forensic community since 2003 and has been proven many times over to collect all the data all the time from even the most difficult to read discs. Through the use of this product many defendants have been convicted who would have otherwise escaped justice because of the inability to access their contraband files on optical media.
TEAC has been producing disc publishing systems since 2002 and has been producing data storage products since the late 1970s. They were one of the first manufacturers of CD recorders in the early 1990s.
Both systems are sold by InfinaDyne and will normally include a camera for documenting discs that are processed. Contact InfinaDyne for pricing on these systems.
The DiscSprinter 300 is expected to be available soon and replaces the previous Explorer unit that was offered. There are a number of advantages to the new machine from the older Explorer. We have completed integrating CD/DVD Inspector with this hardware.