Improving the way investigators discover and subpoena digital evidence
Innovation in Action
The DxHub team is continuing to work closely with the California Attorney General’s Office E-Crime Unit and have begun to build a pilot version of this application to evaluate the effectiveness in the field. The development of this pilot demonstrates the effectiveness of the Working Backwards innovation process and will assist investigators in discovering and requesting information from third-party technology providers.
|Press Release & Frequently Asked Questions||During the Innovation Workshop, a fictional Press Release and nonfictional Frequently Asked Questions are drafted. This is a tool that is used to define the solution and why it matters to the customer.|
|Storyboard||A series of frames designed to illustrate the problem and the impact of the solution visually.|
|Source Code||Source code for the front end Web Application that allows users to interact with warrant data.|
|User Interface||View the initial design in this interactive mockup.|
About the DxHub
The Cal Poly Digital Transformation Hub (DxHub) is a strategic relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is the world’s first cloud innovation center supported by AWS on a University campus. The primary goal of the DxHub is to provide real-world problem-solving experiences to students by immersing them in the application of proven innovation methods in combination with the latest technologies to solve important challenges in the public sector. The challenges being addressed cover a wide variety of topics including homelessness, evidence-based policing, digital literacy, virtual cybersecurity laboratories and many others. The DxHub leverages the deep subject matter expertise of government, education and non-profit organizations to clearly understand the customers affected by public sector challenges and develops solutions that meet the customer needs.