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Video Analysis

New Video Analytics Software

Hitachi has unveiled its Hitachi Video Analytics (HVA) software that is capable of people counting, queue detection, activity analysis, directional counting, license plate recognition, and image enhancement.

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DVRConv

Amped Software's new Amped DVRConv lets law enforcement agencies easily and quickly convert unplayable video files from surveillance cameras and digital video recorders in minutes.

Surfing the Digital Video Tsunami

All of the video agencies must cope with presents law enforcement with headaches. It's costly to store; it's costly to review, and it's costly to process for legally mandated release to the press and the public.

Griffeye Announces Enhanced Ability to Efficiently Analyze Video Content

Griffeye's Analyze 16.1 increases processing speeds and identification of significant material for a wide range of investigations.

The Totality of Circumstances

People pass instant judgment on officers' actions on video without seeming to know anything about the investigation and analysis that necessarily includes policy, training, and the laws that govern police use of force.

Omnivore Forensic Video Acquisition Field Kit

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

Omnivore Video Capture

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.

Ocean Systems Adds Audio Capture To Omnivore

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.

Mass. Agency Receives Gear From Spirit of Blue Foundation

The Spirit of Blue Foundation has awarded a copy of the Amped Five Professional forensic image and video enhancement software to the Revere (Mass.) Police Department as one of its 2013 safety grants.

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How Video Analysis Helped the Vancouver Riot Prosecutors

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

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