The UK Surveillance and Forensics Technology Roadshow takes place 6 times a year in the UK. Now administered by Ovation Systems, the roadshow allows members of police forces and other government agencies to view the latest surveillance and audio/video forensics hardware and software in a private environment so that visitors can discuss equipment and operational […]
See our recent published article in Policing Insight
Smarter Video Investigations
Five key considerations
Video evidence is a key area where police agencies can make significant changes by introducing smart technologies to deliver effective crime prevention, detection and prosecution. Video evidence is used every day in major crime investigations, surveillance operations, and to prosecute and convict criminals in petty crime […]
With the advent of ISO 17025, video training is becoming more imperative than ever. Kinesense are arrange a number of workshops and training sessions in 2017.
Product Core Training: Suitable for users of Kinesense Video Investigation software to enable video investigations from import to reporting. This course will cover 1 day.
Attendees will be introduced to the […]
Kinesense partner with Teel Technologies to strengthen its position in Canada and North American market.
Teel Technologies Canada offers a wide variety of digital forensic training courses, tools & equipment, and services, to the digital forensics community.
Sarah Doyle, Kinesense CEO outlines
Our aim is to not only to provide cutting edge tools for video investigations but importantly […]
We are delighted to announce the release of Kinesense LE V3. There are lots of new features. Most importantly V3 supports simultaneous user collaboration, key to investigating video when major incidents happen.
New features include:
Simultaneous user database access
Perfect for major incident investigations, users can now collaborate with each other on the same case, sharing the task […]
The effectiveness of CCTV is a long-debated question. Some studies highlight the benefits while others suggest it to be a waste of public money.
It was with great interest that I read a recent publication by Nottingham Trent University. This study sought to answer a question close to my heart, how valuable is CCTV as an […]
At a recent Joint Research Council ERNCIP meeting on Video Surveillance for Security of Critical Infrastructure, I was asked the questions, “Why did you get involved in this group?”. My immediate response was “to build a bridge between video analytics research and end users” or putting it another way to ‘Cross the Chasm’ (as per […]
Having read the recent, JTC Bulletin: ‘Managing Digital Evidence in Courts’ report with interest. It is clear that courts have a number of issues to address in relation to CCTV.
JTC Bulletin: ‘Managing Digital Evidence in Courts’
The report highlights a number of key issues such as video storage, chain of custody, privacy etc. One of the key issues mentioned in the report […]
CCTV is playing an increasingly important role in Law enforcement. This has been clear in recent terrorism events. You might recall “the man in the hat” from the terrorist attack in Brussels. CCTV images highlighted the key perpetrators just minutes before the explosion. The image of the man in the hat was ingrained in everyone’s […]
We previously wrote a blog about the backend implications of police force adoption of body worn camera’s, see: http://www.kinesense-vca.com/2015/02/23/body-worn-camera-usage-is-growing-but-what-are-the-police-implications/
There are supporters and opponents of Body worn camera adoption, each with their own views. How useful is body worn footage in helping to determine what happened? An article by Williams et al (2016) outlines how our interpretation […]