Video is becoming a major source of evidence for law enforcement. Stores, stake-out cameras, cameras mounted in busy city intersections, buildings, in-car video systems, hand-held personal devices, police interview rooms all provide video, and in all formats - analog tapes, digital files from DVR systems, digital files from cell phones – the list goes on.
The difference between video and video that can be used as evidence is great. Much of it is damaged, noisy, poorly exposed, multiplexed, low-resolution or shaky video imagery. And even worse, sometimes it comes in a proprietary digital file format.
Why we’re different
Instead of creating a bandage of adaptive tools from an entirely different system to make the best of bad video, Salient Stills analyzed the technical problem AND the across-the-board needs of law enforcement. We looked at law enforcement’s need to turn around information quickly, took into account the fact that most users won’t be using the system every day and understood that many personnel get reassigned quickly. Then we built the best possible forensic video imaging solution there is.
How did we make so complete a solution?
Working with and contracting for law enforcement at all levels of government gave Salient Stills a unique understanding of the issues pressing to first responders and other video analysts.
Revolutionary in its simplicity. Extraordinary in its capabilities.
Read some of our customer stories to learn how VideoFOCUS helps law enforcement turn video footage into evidence.