Operations technology and IT forensics_

Analysis of retained data in GSM communication

Matic offers MercureV3, a versatile solution from Ockham Solutions, designed by the French development company as a dedicated suite for detailed analysis of call detail records (CDRs), base transceiver station data (BTS logs), call logs and mobile phone memory and SIM card data. All those capabilities make MercureV3 the best-in-class tool for investigators and analysts of specialised units and law enforcement organisations.


MercureV3 can automatically recognise more than 500 data formats used by telecom companies in numerous countries, including without limitation mobile operators active in Poland, France, Belgium, Spain, UK, Netherlands, South Africa, Australia or Morocco.


The software offers an efficient toolset for all types of investigations, regardless of their sizes and complexity, which makes it suitable for cases that involve analysing millions of calls.

With more than 40 built-in queries dedicated to call data research, it enables executing even the most advanced forensic tasks in a click or two. The key features of the product include: 

  • Extensive array of correlations between itemised billings, BTS logs and phone memory and SIM card extractions
  • Search for key individuals (links between communication circles)
  • Subscriber behaviour research
  • Ability to assign attributes to phones
  • Recognition of mode of operation of criminal groups on the crime scene
  • Route discovery and geolocation (OpenStreetMap)
  • Detection of IMSI/IMEI sharing among suspects
  • Discovery of SIM card-phone relationships
  • Researching synchronous behaviours within groups of subscribers
  • Prediction of likely meeting locations on the map
  • Automated export of analysis results to IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook
  • Analysis of mobile IM app chat content (Facebook, Skype, Viber, WhatsApp, Kik, Twitter) 




Value for the Client:

  • Substantially faster analysis of communications data
  • Dedicated features that facilitate presentation of conclusions
  • Reduced analytical effort
  • Faster import of operator data
  • Better correlation of information – improved quality of analyses 




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