NICE Systems’ Suspect Search is being used in four proof-of-concept (POC) deployments to demonstrate the functionality of the video-analytics solution, which is designed to leverage existing video-surveillance cameras to identify suspects based on clothing and general appearance.
Cisco Systems launches new IP cameras that boast the processing power to perform more complex video and audio analytics to support applications such as license-plate recognition and detection of gunshots and unattended objects.
NICE Systems announces a video-analytics solution called Suspect Search that is designed to let public-safety agencies quickly scan massive amounts of video and locate individuals, even when the individual is part of a large group.
Jenny Hansen, a partner manager with NICE Systems, explains the capabilities of the company’s Suspect Search solution, which uses video analytics to identify suspects in videos. The solution is being trialed within the ITEC training settings at Texas A&M University, Hansen says during this conversation with Jill Nolin of IWCE’s Urgent Communications.
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Intrado Vice President Steve Reed explains how his company’s Beware tool–an application that accesses information from myriad databases on a suspect before quickly delivering a simple “threat assessment” to a responder–works within Motorola Solutions new Intelligent Data Portal (IDP) platform.
Law-enforcement agencies that conduct social-media-based investigations—particularly cover operations—should develop logical policies regarding such work and have the discipline to follow those policies, according to experts. If this doesn’t happen, public safety could jeopardize its ability to investigate in the social-media space.
Ryan Seick, Motorola Solutions’ product manager and lead applications manager for public-safety devices, details the attributes of the company’s Intelligent Data Portal (IDP) platform, a browser-based solutions that is designed to leverage relevant information from myriad databases quicklyin an intuitive format.
Karl Meyle, Motorola Solutions’ connected-police-officer solution manager, demonstrates the capabilities of the company’s real-time-crime-center technology to share pertinent information to officers in the field.