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The importance of the audit chain for video evidence

The importance of the audit chain for video evidence

If you are using video in a court of law, it is necessary to ensure that you are using the right processes and techniques to analyse and report on that video. There is a large checklist of areas for consideration. For example, how you retrieve or collect […]

By |January 22nd, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on The importance of the audit chain for video evidence

2017 in review and a look forward to 2018

 

 

Last year we released Version 3. We redesigned the back end of the Kinesense video investigation platform to enable more enhanced functionality for the future. As a result, we were able to make significant changes to the platform including enabling multi-user access for large scale investigations, increasing the speed of HD video importation and reducing […]

By |January 16th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on 2017 in review and a look forward to 2018

Kinesense attending Police Scotland SIO Conference

 

The Police Scotland Senior Investigating Officers’ Conference of 2018

16th/17th January 2018

The theme of the conference is “SIO learning in Partnership” with the aim of promoting external and internal partnerships which assist Police Scotland and partners during investigations.

Please contact Gary Dring, gary@kinesensevca.co with any questions you may have.

By |January 10th, 2018|Events|Comments Off on Kinesense attending Police Scotland SIO Conference

What do the GDPR rules mean in relation to CCTV?

 

It is hard to escape the news about the new General Data Protection Regulation GDPR rules. Why is it important? Well data protection laws have been in place for some time. But by next year (25th of May 2018 ) a few tweaks will be introduced. Namely, failure to comply with the new data protection regulation could […]

By |December 5th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on What do the GDPR rules mean in relation to CCTV?

Open Video Investigation covered by Milipol

We are delight to have caught the attention of Milipol journalists with out new open platform initiative. For those of you interested in learning more see our previous post to learn what it is all about.

For those you wish to read  the Milipol article you can see it below.

 

By |November 28th, 2017|Press|Comments Off on Open Video Investigation covered by Milipol

New open video investigation platform to link Police and Researchers

 

So we have launched an open platform initiative; what does it mean and why does it matter?

The background

When we started Kinesense it was all based around the technology. Co-founder and CTO Mark Sugrue had just received his PhD in video analytics and he had some nifty ideas for video algorithms that meant video could be […]

By |November 7th, 2017|Blog, Press, Technology|Comments Off on New open video investigation platform to link Police and Researchers

The Investigator Conference

 

The investigator magazine has launched In-force technology learning days for Digital Media Investigators (DMIs).

Gary Dring, a former Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) with West Midlands Police will be presenting how Innovation in video analytics, CCTV, ANPR, facial recognition is having a real world effect in policing. Continuity and Integrity, why video evidence can be more compelling […]

By |November 1st, 2017|Events|Comments Off on The Investigator Conference

The 15th National Conference for Senior Investigating Officers

This year’s SIO conference theme is ‘Evolution in Investigations’ which is mainly focusing on the developments around technologies and forensics. This theme covers quite a few aspects from the development in technology and how this can now be applied to old cases that may have been closed.

Kinesenses video investigation platform is the perfect solution to review cold case […]

By |October 11th, 2017|Events|Comments Off on The 15th National Conference for Senior Investigating Officers

Face search and recognition

 

Police are increasingly dealing with video from many different sources (mobile, CCTV, BodyWorn etc). The vast amount of video to be watched, significantly delays finding actionable intelligence faster. With video quality improving, facial recognition technology becomes a reality. Kinesense has integrated face recognition leading algorithms evaluated by US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) […]

By |October 11th, 2017|Blog, News|Comments Off on Face search and recognition

Kinesense Version 3 Smarter CCTV Investigations

 

Over the last 9 years we have been working with international law enforcement agencies to help them exploit video material for intelligence and evidential purposes. More recently, there has been a shift in the challenges faced by investigators. In Version 3, we addressed these challenges.  We altered the backbone of our platform to greater collaboration, […]

By |October 11th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Kinesense Version 3 Smarter CCTV Investigations