Summer has finally arrived and we’re here again sharing with you the events and conferences for the months ahead. We want to keep connecting with our customers, investigators, frontline officers, first responders, security personnel, CCTV operators, technicians, and forensic lab experts.
Have a look at the below events list and plan your next journey to visit Amped at the booth, and get access to our workshops, demo, and presentations to expand your knowledge in video forensics.
You still don’t know Amped Software? No worries, we will introduce our products to you!
If you know us already, come and say hello, we will be sharing some of the latest product releases and news.
Registrations are now open for the Amped User Days 2022! With hundreds of people participating from 34 different countries in last year’s edition, we’re very excited to bring you once again this free virtual event, taking place from September 13-15, 2022. The event is reserved for the Amped end-users and there will be a rich panel of speakers from Amped Software and experts from the industry. Learn more below and register today!
Amped Replay, the video player designed specifically for modern policing has another big update today. After receiving feedback from front-line officers and detectives using Replay to speed up their CCTV caseload, we have developed a major new feature in the Annotate tab, as well as updated several other components. Your time is important so let us get right to it.
Last week was pretty amazing. I’ve been traveling for business for the first time after more than two years since Coronavirus. While my colleagues had attended several events, I’ve not been around very much. I relied more (maybe too much) on what modern technology had offered to us.
However, there are some things that it is better to do in person. Stakeholder engagement is instrumental in order to deal with the institutions: particularly the EU ones.
And so, I traveled to Bruxelles where I visited the European Parliament for the first time. On may 17th I had the honor to organize the institutional meeting “Video Evidence Analysis During Investigations: Raising Awareness to Grant Security and Justice Through Science”.
It’s update time again! Amped DVRConv is the stand-alone drag-and-drop conversion tool used by Forensic Video Units worldwide. Its success has been down to its simplicity and flexibility. It can ‘watch’ directories for incoming multimedia files, parameters can be set for all files, or individual settings can be made for specific tasks. And with new CCTV formats being identified daily, it’s important for us to get these to you quickly, ensuring your investigations can be completed quicker and easier.
In the past few years, we have hosted many webinars about our products. During the sessions, we received lots of interesting questions from the participants. Some of them have been asked frequently, so we thought it may be interesting to write them down for people to read them. We take this opportunity to thank you for your participation and we look forward to meeting you or seeing you again at future webinars!
Yes, you have read the title correctly! One of the most requested and anticipated features has now been built into Amped FIVE. We have been working on Undo / Redo for some considerable time and it is fantastic to make it available to you in this release. Along with this new ability, there are many other new tools and functions to introduce, so let us not delay any longer, let’s go!
Dear Amped friends, we’re glad to announce that our research team, in collaboration with prof. Sergio Carrato (University of Trieste), authored a new scientific article! The title is the same as this post’s: “Does Deep Learning-Based Super-Resolution Help Humans With Face Recognition?”.
In the past years, policymakers dedicated a lot of attention to cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and privacy, especially in relation to video surveillance and public safety. While these are very important topics, I think we need to also dedicate some attention to the more fundamental issues that often go unnoticed and relate to the proper understanding of image and video evidence, both during investigations and in court.