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JUN 2019

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Request information at Officer.com/11383963 for fast and accurate video investigations FaceVACS-DBScan LE combines Cognitec's renowned image database search technology with powerful video inspection tools for a multitude of investigation use cases. The software • nds known or unknown persons in multiple videos to quickly narrow down suspect investigations. Premier face recognition technology Cognitec develops market-leading face recognition technologies for facial image database search, recorded video investigation, real-time video screening and people analytics, and border control www.cognitec.com | info@cognitec.com Easy tagging for videos PRO-VISION Video Systems' enhanced In-Field Tagging feature for its SecuraMax evidence manage- ment software allows officers in the field to imme- diately apply the same tags to videos captured by their PRO-VISION HD In-Car Video Systems and BODYCAM BC-300 cameras simultaneously. ★ Officer.com/21070167 Capture, store, analyze and share video evidence with one system The Motorola Solutions Si200 integrates seamlessly with CommandCentral Vault. The compact and lightweight body-worn camera captures high- definition video and features additional advanced capabili- ties. Digital evidence technologies and CommandCentral Vault sync to simplify the process of tagging video, automating redaction, correlat- ing video with incident information in police records and maintaining chain of custody when managing evidence. ★ Officer.com/21041153 Weapons and suspicious behavior detection Using computer vision tech- niques coupled with machine learning for artifact recogni- tion, the PATSCAN VRS solu- tion employs deep learning architecture to alert security teams to anomalies that a standard video system cannot identify. ★ Officer.com/21041542 Officer.com JUNE/JULY 2019 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY 37

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