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Martin O’Farrell joins the Kinesense team to help expand video analytics capabilities

Hi Everyone

If I can introduce myself, I am Martin O’Farrell, the newly appointed law enforcement and security adviser for Kinesense. For the past nine years I have been working at the Home Office initially as the Senior Business Change Officer for forensics within the National Police Improvement Agency and then as Capability Adviser for security […]

By |November 28th, 2018|Blog, News|Comments Off on Martin O’Farrell joins the Kinesense team to help expand video analytics capabilities

GDPR & CCTV; what do I have to redact?

In our previous article, What do the GDPR rules mean in relation to CCTV?, we looked at what the new 2018 GDPR rules mean in the context of CCTV and data access requests.

Fast forwards 10 months later, what are we seeing in the market?

There is a still a lot of confusion. Indeed according to a study […]

By |October 12th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on GDPR & CCTV; what do I have to redact?

Northumbria Police: A case study in the use of Frontline video forensics

Video forensics in the hands of Frontline? Is it possible and if so what are the advantages?

Video forensic in the hands of specialists is common practice. Surveillance and major investigation teams are big users of video investigation tools – but what about force wide deployment?

Frontline police typically deal with petty crimes (also know as volume or […]

By |August 10th, 2018|Blog, Products, Technology, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Northumbria Police: A case study in the use of Frontline video forensics

The Value of Video: how to derive operational insights from video

Cameras are all around us. They are in public places, shopping centres, buses and so on. Despite companies and governments spending significant amounts of money on cameras & the supporting infrastructure, the video recorded often is of little use.

The main business proposition was that cameras are preventative security solutions. Use cameras to deter crime. However, […]

By |August 3rd, 2018|Blog, Technology|Comments Off on The Value of Video: how to derive operational insights from video

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!

Blockchain and Digital Chain of Evidence

Kinesense is developing a new concept of secure chain of evidence based on Blockchain. The Kinesense video investigation platform – which is already in use by dozens of police forces around the work, has a built in hashing technology that secures digital evidence from the point of ingestion, through review and to the creation of […]

By |March 13th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Blockchain and Digital Chain of Evidence

Kinesense 3 levels of service

At Kinesense we’re committed to providing practical solutions to real problems. Which is why we not only offer products but services too. Having Kinesense software as a video investigation platform has proven to provide many advantages including saving time reviewing video, cutting the time it takes to making reports in half and ensuring evidential integrity. […]

By |February 6th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Kinesense 3 levels of service

Framework Agreement with EMSCU (East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit)

Kinesense have been successful in securing a frame work agreement with East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit (EMSCU) for the provision of video analytics and forensic services for law enforcement. This Framework agreement facilitates the procurement of Kinesenses video investigation platform and also also allows for the provision of Forensic services. So whether you wish to obtain […]

By |February 5th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Framework Agreement with EMSCU (East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit)

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