Atlos makes large-scale visual investigations faster, easier, and safer.

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The Atlos map view, where you can see your geolocated incidents at a glance.

Atlos is a game-changer.Giancarlo Fiorella, Director for Research and Training at Bellingcat

Anyone can post visual evidence of a war crime online.

Journalists, human rights investigators, and open source researchers use this media to tell stories, pursue accountability, and document history.

But they rely on general-purpose tools like Google Sheets to conduct highly-specialized investigations. Today's tools slow investigations, hamper collaboration, and risk researchers' safety.

Atlos is a collaborative workspace for large-scale visual investigations. Atlos helps you organize your investigation into searchable incidents, distribute work across your team, track changes, archive source material, and analyze your data—all while protecting researcher safety.

We know that your investigations are sensitive, and a landing page on a website isn't nearly enough to tell you whether Atlos is right for you. So we've put together:

We are proud to power large-scale open source visual investigations around the world, such as Bellingcat's investigation into civilian harm in Ukraine's war against Russia.

Atlos is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, open source platform. For more information about Atlos, please see our documentation or contact us.