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Kinesense DEM

Kinesense DEM
 

 

Kinesense Digital Evidence Management (DEM) solution for police is designed to make asset and especially video evidence management even easier.

The digitalisation of evidence management is on every police force’s agenda, but the outbreak of COVD-19 has made it an urgent consideration. Let’s take a look at why deploying a digital asset and evidence is […]

By |April 30th, 2020|Blog, Press|Comments Off on Kinesense DEM

Using CCTV to help during COVID-19

Using CCTV to help during COVID-19
 

 

Covid-19 has created extensive pressure across the world for the government, companies and individuals. There is and will be increasing pressure on the police, majors and local authorities to ensure that everyone is adhering to policies, helping to limit the spread of the virus while keeping the privacy of our […]

By |April 30th, 2020|Blog, Press|Comments Off on Using CCTV to help during COVID-19

Online Training & Learning Options

 

We have always made training a core component of our offering, but we have upped our game to help you during this time.

Instructor-led training: every Wednesday Gary Dring (Training Manager) and Patricia McCabe (Senior Software Engineer) will be hosting training sessions to covering a variety of topics. All you need to do is join the […]

By |April 30th, 2020|Blog, Press|Comments Off on Online Training & Learning Options

Complimentary Licences to Enable Working from Home

You have been sent to work from home. You might have even been provided with a laptop. The problem is that it does not have your suite of investigation tools.

Kinesense LE is a tool that is used daily by a lot of police forces and security agencies. We have already provided a lot of our […]

By |April 29th, 2020|Blog, Press|Comments Off on Complimentary Licences to Enable Working from Home

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

Asmag Article: “Low-quality video? There’s an analytics solution for that too”

Thanks to Asmag for highlighting the problem with CCTV analysis for the public sector and for explaining Kinesense’s role in providing a complete video investigation, from capture to court.

https://www.asmag.com/showpost/23511.aspx

Low-quality video? There’s an analytics solution for that too

Source: Prasanth Aby Thomas
Date: 2017/08/18
Related tags: Video analytics, law enforcement

Although there are several technological developments that allow real-time detection or […]

By |August 18th, 2017|Press, Technology|Comments Off on Asmag Article: “Low-quality video? There’s an analytics solution for that too”

Policing Insight Article

See our recent published article in Policing Insight. If you are interested in learning more about how to make video investigations more effective and efficient in a greater digital asset context, ask us about booking into our of our CCTV workshops.

Film review: Why forces need a video evidence strategy

Smarter Video Investigations

Five key considerations

Video evidence is a key area where police agencies can make […]

By |August 10th, 2017|Blog, Press|Comments Off on Policing Insight Article

P-REACT project covered by the New Scientist

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 […]

By |January 5th, 2017|Press, Uncategorized|Comments Off on P-REACT project covered by the New Scientist

Kinesense wins €6.4m Horizon 2020 project with dRedBox consortium

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 […]

By |January 25th, 2016|Awards, Press, Technology|Comments Off on Kinesense wins €6.4m Horizon 2020 project with dRedBox consortium