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Currency Tracking Technologies (CTT) provides law enforcement with accurate, real-time, actionable intelligence to identify and solve crime, combining the speed and accuracy of automated paper currency processing with sophisticated electronic data capture.  CTT utilizes a specialized digital optical scanning device to capture the visual information on both sides of the bill, such as the serial number and other printed characteristics, all of which are stored as separate data points, creating a unique record.  The scanner also measures the bill’s dimensions and thickness, and authenticates the bill using infrared, UV and electromagnetic sensors which detect the paper composition, threads, inks, dyes and other security features.  This data is instantly transmitted to CTT’s secure database, along with the data associated with documentation of the specific case or event.  Each bill or batch of currency can be tracked based on time, user, location and type of criminal activity.  Patterns of currency movement or counterfeiting throughout the country can be detected through intuitive artificial intelligence programs.

Specifically designed for U.S. law enforcement agencies, CTT’s applications and records management systems comply with best practices guidelines of the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NICSP) regarding information sharing and security protocols.  CTT’s software applications and network utilize the most advanced developments in database management and cybersecurity, including blockchain technology. Essentially, blockchain is the distributed storage of data records which are verified through algorithms and then linked together in data blocks across the network.  Blockchain technology not only dramatically improves system speed and security, but most importantly provides an immutable chain of evidence, which is a critical tool for law enforcement.

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Our Technology

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Currency Tracking Technologies (CTT) provides law enforcement accurate, real-time, actionable intelligence to identify and solve crime, combining the speed and accuracy of automated paper currency processing with sophisticated electronic data capture.  CTT utilizes a specialized digital optical scanning device to capture the visual information on both sides of the bill, such as the serial number and other printed characteristics, all of which are stored as separate data points, creating a unique record.  The scanner also measures the bill’s dimensions and thickness, and authenticates the bill using infrared, UV and electromagnetic sensors which detect the paper composition, threads, inks, dyes and other security features.  This data is instantly transmitted to CTT’s secure database, along with the data associated with documentation of the specific case or event.  Each bill or batch of currency can be tracked based on time, user, location and type of criminal activity.  Patterns of currency movement or counterfeiting throughout the country can be detected through intuitive artificial intelligence programs.

Specifically designed for U.S. law enforcement agencies, CTT’s applications and records management systems comply with best practices guidelines of the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NICSP) regarding information sharing and security protocols.  CTT’s software applications and network utilize the most advanced developments in database management and cybersecurity, including blockchain technology. Essentially, blockchain is the distributed storage of data records which are verified through algorithms and then linked together in data blocks across the network.  Blockchain technology not only dramatically improves system speed and security, but most importantly provides an immutable chain of evidence, which is a critical tool for law enforcement.

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