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Icologiq Universe has been nominated for the Computable Awards

Over the past semester, a group of Saxion students has been looking to reopen a number of old, unsolved police cases. To carry out the research in a structured way, they have laid out the research process step by step in Icologiq Universe. This unique collaboration doesn’t go unnoticed: the Cold Case project has been nominated for the Computable Awards 2020.

Icologiq Universe applies structure to Cold Case Research

Cold Cases are police cases that were put away years ago as a result of research getting stuck. The difference with "normal" police investigation is that cold case researchers only use open sources. This method of investigation is also known as OSINT (Open Source Intelligence). Saxion student Vera Kamphuis has looked into the structured approach of conducting cold case research, using No-Code Software platform Icologiq Universe.

No-Code Platform Icologiq Universe belongs to Top 100 Most Innovative Companies in The Netherlands

A lack of skilled IT-people in a company can slow down its digitization and therefore, the increase of productivity. With No-Code Platform Icologiq Universe, this is now a thing of the past: business developers no longer have to make any adjustments via the IT department, because they can easily implement improvements in the system by themselves.

How Do I Work With Universe?

In our new instruction videos, we explain the use of the application based on a series of instruction videos to make the implementation as easy as possible. At Icologiq, we put our customers first by not only offering the software, but also support with the use of the platform.

Looking Back at the Cold Case Project – Experiences and Results

Students from Saxion University of Applied Sciences have finished their minor and presented the research results at the Police Academy in Apeldoorn. Icologiq was present as well.

How No-Code Software Structures Cold Case Research

We sit with a group of Forensic Research students at Saxion University, that has started their minor ‘Cold Case’, to talk about the benefits of No-Code for their research project. What are their experiences so far?