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Public Safety, Security & Forensics

Open House Event 26th-28th April 2022

 

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Hexagon House, Michigan Drive, Tongwell, Milton Keynes MK15 8HT

Leica Geosystems are pleased to announce a series of Public Safety Open House Events 2022, a great opportunity to meet face to face with like minded professionals, in a Forensic and Public Safety Community based event.

A number of presentations will be made by external guest speakers and bodies on numerous topics.

CRASH – 26th April

Leica’s digital geospatial technologies capture all details of a crash scene in 2D or 3D in a matter of minutes. They document and visualise marks made by rolling, braking, locking, drifting, or skidding of the involved vehicles. The results show the relative location of all direct and related evidence.

  • The Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators – Continued Professional Development
  • National Forensic Centre Sweden – Crash Investigation Case Studies
  • Rachel Carew (Forensic Anthropologist) & Dr Amber Collins-3D Evidence Perception and Impact
  • Forensic Collision Investigation and Reconstruction Ltd – Scene Investigation
  • iNPUT-ACE – Accurate Timing and Distance Using Video Evidence and Scan Data
  • Leica Map 360 – Scene Diagramming and Accident Reconstruction Software
  • Live demonstrations and full access to solutions throughout the day.
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iNPUT-ACE – Accurate Timing and Distance Using Video Evidence and Scan Data

Presented by Brandon WahlLEVA Certified Forensic Video Technician and manages the support services for iNPUT-ACE software

CRIME – 27th April

Leica’s digital solutions help you maintain the chain of custody by capturing the scene and visualising in real time and helping with the systematic documentation and examination of the scene, such as georeferencing the evidence. Digital scene “flythroughs” provide an overview of the entire scene, identify any threats to scene integrity, and ensure the protection of physical evidence.

  • West Yorkshire Police – Scanning Crime Scenes and court room presentations.
  • National Forensic Centre Sweden – Crime Investigation Case Studies including shootings and stabbings
  • Rachel Carew (Forensic Anthropologist) & Dr Amber Collins – 3D Evidence Perception and Impact
  • iNPUT-ACE – Suspect Height and Triangulation Using Video Evidence and Scan Data
  • Leica Map 360 – Analysing scan data for crime (Bullet Trajectory and Blood Pattern Analysis tools)
  • Live demonstrations and full access to solutions throughout the day.
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iNPUT-ACE – Suspect Height and Triangulation Using Video Evidence and Scan Data

Presented by Brandon WahlLEVA Certified Forensic Video Technician and manages the support services for iNPUT-ACE software

SECURITY, MILITARY & DEFENCE – 28th April

The unknown threat is always the most difficult to counter. Leica’s technology creates digital twins of environments in real-time and includes site-specific intelligence. By quickly offering accurate digital mapping and documentation solutions, gathering precise and actionable data can accelerate reaction times and save lives.

  • Motion Impossible- Introducing “Agito” modular, long range, rapid deployment, terrain dependant vehicle platform and integrated Mobile Mapping solutions for Public Safety and Military
  • Hexagon – Software Portfolio and Data Management solutions including HXDR and Luciad
  • Leica Map 360 – Utilising Scan data for Security
  • iNPUT-ACE – Reverse projection to position shooters and equipment using video from airborne platforms and Scan Data
  • Military Surveying Update Including detailed presentation on globally unique AP20 AutoPole
  • Live demonstrations and full access to solutions throughout the day.
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iNPUT-ACE – Reverse projection to position shooters and equipment using video from airborne platforms and Scan Data

Presented by Brandon WahlLEVA Certified Forensic Video Technician and manages the support services for iNPUT-ACE software

Brandon Wahl

Brandon Wahl is a LEVA Certified Forensic Video Technician and manages the support services for the iNPUT-ACE software.

As a Forensic Video Technician, Brandon has assisted in hundreds of video-centric investigations. He continues to help agencies accurately decode proprietary video file formats, process digital multimedia evidence, and prep demonstratives for court. Brandon has been a member of the iNPUT-ACE team since the launch of the software in 2016 and currently manages the support services for the powerful software program used by investigators and analysts to expedite the processing of video evidence for legal matters.

It is no secret that in today’s society of emerging technologies, video is everywhere. Investigators are inundated with video from a variety of sources, including in-car video systems, cell phones, body-worn cameras, and proprietary CCTV systems. iNPUT-ACE allows investigators to instantly access, process, and enhance all of their video evidence from these sources. By simply dragging and dropping their video files into iNPUT-ACE, the investigator can begin to mark images, create subclips, and extract important metadata with the click of a button. Video that could not be viewed is now easily accessible and can be converted to standard formats that can be used in court or distributed to other investigators.

iNPUT-ACE also features the ability to analyze important file metadata, write dynamic narrative reports, enhance video images, analyze a file’s compression, and much more. With iNPUT-ACE, investigators have an easy-to-use interface to access, process, and enhance their video evidence.

In addition, the team at iNPUT-ACE have developed the Camera Match Overlay tool and the VFR Lightboard.
The Camera Match Overlay tool will change how you use video and point cloud data for reverse projection, collision and crime scene reconstruction. The tool allows you to establish accurate measurements of objects, distances and heights with an easy to follow workflow, including a margin of error report.

The new Variable Frame Rate (VFR) Lightboard, hardware and software provides an easy workflow to accurately determine video timing within a reported margin of error from any surveillance camera device for vehicle speed calculations.

All of the iNPUT-ACE tools and training can be obtained in Europe through Demux.

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