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Omnivore Forensic Video Acquisition Field Kit

June 26, 2014
The Omnivore Field Kit provides you the ability to capture video directly from the machine that recorded the video.

Creative Financing for Ocean Systems' Solution

March 6, 2014

Helmsing sought and received approval from his superiors to approach local business users of surveillance video and ask them for donations for the Ocean Systems' equipment. "Banks and credit unions are big users of surveillance video so we started with them," Helmsing says.

Ocean Systems Announces New DVR and Video Recovery Training

February 4, 2014
Law enforcement students in Ocean Systems' new three-day course will perform evidentiary video recovery from multiple different DVRs using various methods and techniques, to include exporting the native files, copying of the original recorded files, video capture, network connectivity, and acquisition and exporting.

Omnivore Video Capture

December 23, 2013
Ocean Systems has included a feature known as Active Audio Sync with version 2.0 of its Omnivore video capture system to help investigators collect and process low-frame-rate video that has associated audio.

Omnivore Field Kit

December 20, 2013
The Omnivore Field Kit provides you the ability to capture video directly from the machine that recorded the video by connecting video cables directly to the video feeds coming from the system.

Ocean Systems Adds Audio Capture To Omnivore

July 26, 2013
Ocean Systems has included Active Audio Sync (AAS) with version 2.0 of its Omnivore video capture system to help investigators collect and process low frame rate video that has associated audio.

Omnivore

March 8, 2013
Omnivore is the next generation of digital video field acquisition. Ocean Systems has expanded Omnivore's capabilities by adding audio capture to its video capture abilities.

Evidence Collection and Storage

February 19, 2013

To solve crimes and prosecute offenders, you need all of the facts, including what can be gleaned from all related evidence. That may include DNA, bullet casings, computer files, and video. You also might need to keep all of this around for a while in good condition for future trials. This collection of tools will enhance your ability to obtain and secure crime scene evidence. Read our feature, "Electronic Evidence Management," for in-depth coverage. Photos courtesy of vendors.

Law Enforcement Software: 2012

November 8, 2012

Whether agencies want to give field officers mobile crimefighting tools or better manage ongoing cases, these new and updates offereings from law enforcement software vendors will handle the job at hand. Photos courtesy of companies.

How Video Analysis Helped the Vancouver Riot Prosecutors

December 16, 2011

The Vancouver Police Department and surrounding agencies anaylized hundreds of hours of video footage in the prosecution of hockey hooligans.

Omnivore Video Collection Tool

June 30, 2011
This low-cost, easy-to-use DVR field acquisition tool provides gigabytes of secure storage. Omnivore is designed for first responders and forensic video analysis professionals collecting video evidence on location.

Maryland Capitol Police Acquires Forensic Video Analysis Equipment

March 4, 2011
These new tools will allow investigators to enhance video and images recorded in less than optimal conditions, including poor lighting and varying weather conditions. Once processed, hidden details can be revealed that can help direct or solve cases more efficiently, which should also result in lowering their investigation costs.

Ocean Systems' dTective Video Analysis System

March 4, 2011

Overview of the dTective forensic video analysis from Ocean Systems.

Univ. of Maryland DPS Acquires Ocean Systems Video Analysis System

January 5, 2011
The University of Maryland's Department of Public Safety selected Ocean Systems’ dTective video analysis system to clarify case management and expand its high-tech arsenal.

IACP 2010 Products

December 6, 2010

Each year at the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the leading manufacturers of law enforcement products roll out some of their most innovative offerings. The 2010 IACP show was no exception. Here's an overview of some of the most interesting products we saw at this year's IACP. For more coverage of the show, pick up our December issue.

Video Analysis: Caught on Camera

October 28, 2010

Ocean Systems' dTective is a video analysis software suite devoted to the task, which the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office in Texas routinely uses to run one of four regional labs across the country dedicated to retrieving and processing video evidence.

ClearID

October 6, 2010
ClearID v2.0 Workflow consists of more than 20 image clarification filters and a tabbed work-flow interface that guides you through the image clarification process and automated scripts. Integrated color preview windows and slider bars help you find the optimal settings for clarifying your image evidence.

Smart Software

February 10, 2010

Software has greatly expanded the capabilities of law enforcement agencies and individual officers to help people and put away bad guys.

Ocean Systems' dTective Selected by DHS/FEMA CEDAP

November 5, 2009
For the second consecutive year, the CEDAP has selected Ocean Systems' dTective as its system of choice. These forensic video analysis systems have been awarded to local law enforcement agencies across the country.
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