The brand new Version 5 of the DVI System International was released at the end of September 2014. Major new added features include:

  • Full implementation of INTERPOL DVI Forms 2013
  • A specially designed National Missing Person and Unidentified Bodies (MPUB) database and forms (used in day-to-day work on missing persons and unidentified bodies)
  • Designed to operate in any administrative and technical topology – data can be collected at worldwide, national, agency, workgroup or single user level
  • Automatic match suggestions based on physical identifiers and belongings (optional)
  • Automatic match suggestions based on photos of i.e. tattoos (optional)
  • Management of complete case portfolios, including NIST Fingerprint and DNA files
  • Web- or intranet-based deployment with a new advanced search engine

 

New support system and helpdesk

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

We just released a new web-based support system and all our support is now managed in the new system.

In our new system we have created a DVI System Knowledgebase wiki with How-to and Troubleshooting articles as well as electronic versions of installation guides, requirements, administrator guide, user guide and so on, and this knowledgebase is open to ALL users.

Find the new system at https://plassdata.jira.com/wiki/display/DVISUP, and please be aware that it is just started – we will continually update, refine and extend the content.

Why DVI System International?

Monday, 13 October 2014

DVI System International offers timesaving and reliable processing of the large amount of ante-mortem (AM) and post-mortem (PM) information when relatives in despair wants certainty and the authorities need rapid and reliable data in the aftermath of a disaster. Among the many other advantages of the software are:

  • Considerable time saved when comparing data
  • Only commercially available DVI system, which is fully integrated with INTERPOL’s DVI forms (the global standard in identifying victims of major disasters
  • A specially designed National Missing Person and Unidentified Bodies (MPUB) database and forms (used in day-to-day work on missing persons and unidentified bodies)
  • The unique dental system, developed in consultation with dentists from the INTERPOL DVI Standing Committee, Forensic Odontology Working Group
  • Operates in any administrative and technical topology – data can be collected at worldwide, national, agency, workgroup or single user level
  • Ease of data exchange with other databases and other users of DVI System International
  • Search capabilities on all entered data, including dental records, DNA, fingerprints, X-rays etc.
  • Automatic batch matching on all dental and DNA data.
  • Automatic match suggestions based on physical identifiers and belongings (optional)
  • Automatic match suggestions based on photos of i.e. tattoos (optional)
  • Multilangual choice – work in our system using your preferred on-screen language.
  • Print complete DVI form sets in English, French, Spanish and Arabic.
  • Offline use: Register data on a notebook computer on site
  • Web- or intranet-based deployment

Our DVI System International is being used by INTERPOL and countries around the world. It has proved its indisputable quality countless times in many countries. For instance, it has been used for the identification of the victims of:

  • The terrorist bombings in both Bali (2002)
  • The Thai tsunami – in the Thai Tsunami Victim Identification Centre (2005)
  • The terrorist bombings in London (2005)
  • The Spanair Flight 5022 crash in Madrid (2008)
  • The Princess of the Stars ferry capsizing in the Philippines (2008)
  • The Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia (2009)
  • The Air France AF447 plane crash in the Atlantic Ocean (2009)
  • The Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 crash in Libya (2010)
  • The Oslo bombings and Utøya shootings in Norway (2011)
  • The Lac-Mégantic derailment in Quebec, Canada (July 2013)
  • The MH17 plane crash in eastern Ukraine (August 2014)

DVI System International was used in different ways in these incidents — sometimes only for the collection and transfer of AM data and at other times to deal with the whole ID operation, depending on whether the countries involved had a license to use DVI System International.

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