Mobile Computing, sometimes also termed “Nomadic Computing,” is defined as the use of portable computer devices—such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones—coupled with mobile communications technologies to allow users to access the Internet and information via their mobile devices from anywhere.
ForensisGroup expert witnesses in this discipline have experience in the field of telecommunications, mobile cellular networks, mobile phone architecture, smart phones, 3GPP protocol stacks, as well as voice coding and encoding.
These experts are computer scientist and engineers with extensive practical experience in wireless services, cloud computing, computer security, network security, information security, wireless networks, and wireless systems. They also work in the design and manufacture of mobile applications, remote desktops, blue tooth technology, moving maps computer architecture, virtualization, virtual machines, and baseband processing.
The consulting experience of these mobile computing expert witnesses includes technical consulting to attorneys on software disputes, infringement and non-infringement analysis, prior art discovery and analysis, the development of claim charts, assessed licensing contracts, and analyzed source code.
These experts have served as mobile computing company founders, owners of management consulting firms assisting technology companies with growth, product developers in mobile computing, and executive positions for software and medical device companies.
Emerging technology litigation and investigation requires knowlegable computer scientists and engineers to serve as expert witnesses. For more than 25 years, ForensisGroup has provided credible experts to attorneys and other professionals. Submit An Expert Request Form or call us today for additional information on retaining a highly qualified mobile computing expert witness for your case.