Drone data analysis can be crucial in many types of investigations. Oxygen Forensics offers various methods of DJI and Parrot drone data extraction and analysis. In the Oxygen Forensic® Detective v.15.4, we’ve also introduced support for iFlight drone logs. Let’s take a closer look at this new feature.
Table of Contents
- Main Drone Data Sources
- Drone Data Analysis
- Oxygen Forensic® Maps
Main Drone Data Sources
Oxygen Forensic® Detective offers investigators the ability to analyze drone flight history and flight parameters from drone logs and dumps.
All the drone import options are available on Oxygen Forensic® Detective’s home screen:
Drone data sources can be as follows:
- DJI and Parrot drone images obtained with the third-party software
- DJI drone logs from the drone internal memory
- Parrot drone logs from SD cards
- iFlight drone logs from memory cards of drone remote controls
- DJI Go flight logs from DJI Go mobile app folders
- DJI Assistant backup that can be found on a computer
Moreover, older models of DJI Spark and DJI Mavic drones can be directly connected and extracted in our software: