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 […]
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 will be exhibiting at Security and Policing 2016 from 07-09th March 2017 –
For the latest in CCTV investigations including the launch of our new product ‘Kinesense FR’ combining facial recognition with our complete video investigation platform, come see us at Stand B17
For further information or to arrange a meeting, please contact Sarah Doyle on […]
For those of you following Kinesense stories, you will be aware that Kinesense has been part of a consortium developing a petty crime detection surveillance solution. This project known as P-REACT is partly funded by a grant from the European Commission and is focused on using video and audio analytics to detect petty crime behaviours […]
Last month we held our UK end user conference in Barnsley. We had fantastic turnout, with lots of familiar faces from across the Northern UK forces. It was a great way to share Kinesense is doing with our users and, more importantly, a chance for us to learn how the Kinesense solution is used in […]
Kinesense will be attending GPEC, the 9th International Exhibition and Conference for P0lice and Special Equipment, 7-9 June 2016, Leipig, Germany.
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At Kinesense, we frequently get requests to deblur or clarify images. The reality is that frequently very little can be done, quite simple because the data has not been captured by the camera. A lot of the requests we get relate to clarifying faces, when only a small amount of pixels have been captured in […]