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 […]
Final trials of the P-REACT solution took place in Athens on the 25th February and in Bologna on the 31st March.
The innovative smart cloud video surveillance solution detects potential crime incidents and alerts the relevant personnel. The solution encompasses intelligent video and audio sensors and a cloud based monitoring and storage platform.
The trials were attended […]
The P-React solution, a cloud based video surveillance solution for petty crime detection will be demonstrated in Athens on the 25th February and in Bologna on the 31st of March.
The demonstrations will encompass crime detection using video and audio analytics and crime reporting via a cloud based solution. Crimes such as break-ins, assault, asset […]
The dRedBox consortium, which includes two Irish based companies Kinesense and IBM Research – Ireland, has won €6.4 million in EU funding under the Horizon 2020 program. The three year project will develop a new type of cloud computing server which will lead to faster processing, better resource allocation and overall lower costs.
The new dRedBox […]
A new update for Kinesense LE is now available for download from the Customer and Partner portals. In addition to the new v2.5 features below, we have also improved, updated and added the following.
Import – Integration with Player Application for importing new types of CCTV files
Import – Support for Swann & Luxrite camera’s
Import – Updated […]
CCTV is a useful source of evidence and intelligence for ‘volume’ or ‘petty crime’ incidents. However, there are lots of challenges associated with it.
We spoke to dozens of CCTV/Imaging departments about CCTV usage in petty crime cases and decided to conduct a short survey to uncover key trends. The results will not surprise […]