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Comprised of security professionals committed to working together and promoting professional
relationships within the industry.

Promoting cooperation between law enforcement and private security organizations since 1961.
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2019 Educational Forum Series

February 13 (This is a WEDNESDAY)

Title: "How to Get Forensic Value Out of Video Surveillance"

Featured Speaker: Thomas Carnevale

Thomas Carnevale

 

 

 

Program Description:

Today there’s allot of options for video surveillance. Yet still, most systems today are a mix/match of legacy analog, Pan-Tilt-Zoom and High-Definition IP cameras. Most of these edge-devices are streaming to video management software that doesn’t produce “Forensic Value” such as finding what section of evidence you need when you need it and collecting actionable trend-lines to deter future crime.
 

Learning Objectives/Take-Aways:

  • Identify the math behind Image Resolution and Frames-Per-Second: What do I really need?
  • Start with the Open Platform In-Mind.
  • What type of camera technology can improve situational awareness and forensic detail?
  • What tools are available to reduce investigation time from hours to minutes or seconds?
  • How to utilize deep learning technology to recognize patterns that can be used to deter future crime.

Registration is required, to register click on link below.


ISPA Members
through February 8 - $45 -- February 9 and after - $55

Non-Members
through February 8 - $55  - February 9 and after - $65

Location: East Bank Club * 500 N. Kingsbury * Chicago, IL
Registration/Networking: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Meeting/Lunch: 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Presentation: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Register