The Symposium was excellently run by the team at iNPUT-ACE, with both sessions on each of the four days running pretty much to schedule. The subject matter experts all imparted their knowledge in a way that was easy to understand and even though a lot of the legal issues related primarily to cases heard in North America the advice to those of us examining video evidence outside of the US was still very relevant. As a reminder here are the session headings and speakers;
Video Investigation Units – How the Media is Leveraging Open Source Intelligence to Conduct Forensic Video Examinations
Civilian Oversight: The Influence of Video on Public Perception
Lisa Judge, Josh Guthrie
Video Examination and Admissibility in the Courtroom – Are you an Expert?
Fusion of 3D Technologies and Imagery
Advancements in Technology for Calculating Speeds
Michael Jorgensen, James Kennedy, Andrew Fredericks
From Expert to Expert Witness – A Defense Attorney’s Perspective
Defending Against Recent Challenges to Video Evidence
Fast Forward: Emerging Trends in Video Evidence
Panel of Experts
I’m waiting to find out when the seminar recordings will be up on the iNPUT-ACE portal and I understand that those that attended will receive notification via the team at iNPUT-ACE.
If you didn’t pre-book the Symposium but would like to gain access to the recordings please let me know and I will send out details and costs as and when I get them. you can email me at [email protected]