Amped Software is being featured at the upcoming Milipol Asia-Pacific event, held from 4-6 April 2017 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Milipol Asia-Pacific is the leading international exhibition dedicated to homeland security in the Asia-Pacific region. The event is focused on serving the Asia Pacific’s Counter Terrorism, Law Enforcement and Civil Defence communities. The show presents opportunities for Governments and Security professionals to meet, interact and build relationships in order to develop the required solutions to protect their borders, infrastructure and their national sovereignty against acts of terrorism, natural and man-made disasters and organized crime. The 3-day Exhibition runs concurrently with a homeland security themed conference with leading international speakers to present their experiences, current practice and information in their specific fields of expertise.
Visit us, together with our partner Omni-Integer, at Stand 1514 in the Singapore Pavilion, to learn how to increase your efficiency and reliability in the use of multimedia evidence and for a personal demo of our products.
For those of you who cannot make it to Singapore, but will be in Dubai, why not meet us there? On April 2 we will be stopping in at the Emirates Forensic Conference and Exhibition. Contact us to set up some time to talk with us.
We look forward to seeing you!
A crime has occurred. Your investigators comb the area looking for clues. Your media relations staff hit the airwaves asking for the public’s help. Your social media cyber team trolls the Internet for images taken about the time of the crime and in the general location.
An image shows up on social media that was taken a few minutes before the crime occurred, looking down the street at what is now your crime scene. But, what’s wrong with this picture?
Taken into the setting sun, the features of the scene are back-lit. Useful information is lost.
Or is it? Continue reading
Following our previous posts (here and here) on the topic of unrealistic and unscientific enhancement, we’ve been asked by the folks at Forensic Focus to write a more in-depth article on the topic.
You can read the full article published on Forensic Focus here.
In the recent Amped FIVE Update (Rev. 9010), there were some big additions to the advanced “File Info”.
The updated tool has already received high praise from regular users who can now do all their frame, stream, hex and format analysis from within the same application – Amped FIVE!
It’s time therefore to take a much closer look at this new and powerful functionality.
Amped FIVE Update 9010 continues…this is the second post relating to our very big Amped FIVE update launched a few days ago. In case you missed Part 1, click here.
When setting a reference measurement, the most common mistake is to get your line in the wrong direction! This then reverses the measure result.
Under the “Reference” tab, we have made things easy for you.
The Amped team hits the road again. This time we are heading back to Farnborough in the United Kingdom to attend once again the Security & Policing Home Office Event, taking place from Tuesday 7 – Thursday 9 March 2017. Visit us at STAND B23 to see for yourself why Amped FIVE, Amped Authenticate and Amped DVRConv are the global standard tools for image and video forensics.
Attend Amped Software’s presentation entitled: “Video Authentication – It’s a question of reliability”
Date: Wednesday 8 March
Location: Cyber Briefing Zone
Time: 15:15 – 15:30pm
EVENT OPENING TIMES
Tuesday 7 March – 09:00-16:30
Wednesday 8 March – 09:00-16:30
Thursday 9 March – 09:00-15:00 Continue reading
Many months of filter development and product expansion have resulted in a very big update to Amped FIVE!
As a result, we created two blog posts on this update. This is the first post. The second will come soon…
I have said it before, and I’ll say it to you again now… most of these development ideas have come from you, the user. If you suggest an idea, it goes onto the list. That list drives the updates. We are committed to providing you with the most advanced software for all of your needs in image and video forensics.
Calibrating an object to a known scale is important in fingerprint, footwear mark and other analysis and comparison tasks. “Resize 1:1”, located under the “Edit” category, now enables you to use the scale shown in the image to present the image at the actual size.