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Kinesense shortlisted for Analytics & AI Awards 2022

Kinesense is delighted to be shortlisted for the Analytics Institute AI Awards 2022 in the category of Implementation of AI. This recognises our work in the Disruptive Technologies Innovation Funded VISP Project in colaboration with Overcast and Trinity College Dublin.

In this project Kinesense has been working closely with out police and security customers […]

By |May 17th, 2022|Awards, Blog|Comments Off on Kinesense shortlisted for Analytics & AI Awards 2022

Kinesense Software not impacted by Apache Log4J issue

On December 9, GitHub disclosed a vulnerability with the highest-severity rating for the Apache Log4j 2, versions 2.0 to 2.14.1. Log4j is an open-source, Java-based logging utility widely used by enterprise applications and cloud services.
We can confirm that Kinesense products DO NOT use Log4J and so our software is not impacted by this issue in […]

By |January 4th, 2022|News|Comments Off on Kinesense Software not impacted by Apache Log4J issue

Kinesense and VISP project shortlisted for AI Awards Ireland 2021

Kinesense is hard at work on the DTIF funded VISP research project along with our partners Overcast and Trinity College Dublin.

This work was recently shortlisted for the AI Awards Ireland 2021 in the category of ‘Best Application in Sector’.

Watch our submission video here:

By |November 25th, 2021|Awards, Blog|Comments Off on Kinesense and VISP project shortlisted for AI Awards Ireland 2021

Kinesense is hiring a Web Developer

Web Developer
Application Closing Date Monday 29th November 2021

Kinesense is recruiting a front-end web developer with knowledge and experience in both designing and developing web-based front-end UIs. The successful candidate will work on the Video Intelligence Search Platform project, which is in collaboration with Trinity College Dublin and Overcast and is funded by DTIF.

Video Intelligence Search […]

By |October 29th, 2021|Jobs, News|Comments Off on Kinesense is hiring a Web Developer

Kinesense is hiring a Deep Learning Developer

Deep Learning Developer

Application Closing Date Monday 19th October 2020

Kinesense is recruiting a software developer with knowledge of image classification using Deep Learning technologies. The successful candidate will work on the Video Intelligence Search Platform project, which is in collaboration with Trinity College Dublin and Overcast, and is funded by DTIF.

Video Intelligent Search Platform (VISP), a […]

By |September 24th, 2020|Jobs|Comments Off on Kinesense is hiring a Deep Learning Developer

Smarter Digital Evidence Management – eForensics Magazine

eForensics Magazine Dec 2019 Issue has published an article by Kinesense’s Law Enforcement Advisor, Martin O’Farrell on how to better manage your digital video evidence.
A key focus for any modern police force today is how digital evidence is managed. The process of managing digital evidence from collection to sharing is one that is often […]

By |January 7th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Smarter Digital Evidence Management – eForensics Magazine

Kinesense and Overcast announce €1.5m in funding for disruptive AI video platform

Kinesense is delighted to announce that our new research and development consortium, Video Intelligence Search Platform, has been awarded €1.5m under the Irish government’s Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund 2019. Consortium partners included Overcast and Trinity College Dublin. The partners are jointly developing a cloud-native platform that uses Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to quickly categorise […]

By |December 10th, 2019|Awards, Blog, News|Comments Off on Kinesense and Overcast announce €1.5m in funding for disruptive AI video platform

Sneak Peak – Kinesense LE 3.2: New Algorithms

In last week’s ‘sneak peak’ at the new features in Kinesense version 3.2, we covered the new options for Multiple Video Exports, Undo Annotations and the FFMpeg update. This week we’ll be looking at the new algorithm options for processing video and how to view them.
Deep Learning
Deep learning is a very useful new tool in […]

By |October 1st, 2018|Tips & Tricks|Comments Off on Sneak Peak – Kinesense LE 3.2: New Algorithms

Police bandwidth limits holding up adoption of video analytics in the cloud

Is ‘Cloud’ the future?

The vast majority of video evidence is collected by investigators manually, physically moved back to the police station on USB sticks and DVDs and reviewed and processed (using Kinesense LE or manually) on a PC. In an ideal world, police would store and process CCTV video evidence on centralize cloud servers. The […]

By |May 8th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Police bandwidth limits holding up adoption of video analytics in the cloud

Kinesense Law Enforcement v3.1 out now!

Kinesense LE version 3.1 is available now and includes a large number of new features, covering 11 key areas of the platform. Log into the Partner Portal or Customer Portal for full details.

Some highlights:

Audio Annotation
Vehicle Collision Toolkit
New Algorithm SDK for 3rd Party Integration
New support for NEC, Vemotion, Genetec, Milestone and Ovation Flashback 4G

If you would […]

By |March 14th, 2018|Blog, Products|Comments Off on Kinesense Law Enforcement v3.1 out now!