Tuesday, April 16, 2013

NaTIA Pacific Chapter wrap-up

It was nice to get to a NaTIA chapter event again. It's been quite a while.

The FVA of native (recorded) and live Milestone feeds was an intense class. I don't think that I've seen a room packed full like that in a long time. It's actually quite refreshing to see this level of interest in forensic video analysis. Milestone is the new big dog on the block and we've figured out their file structure as well as their server side for the live work.

Image authentication was also intense. There's nothing like mathematics to get the blood flowing early in the morning. Folks realized that there's so much more than the visual domains of authentication. If you're not into the math - into the algorithms of the image - you're missing so much.

Hopefully everyone walked away with a nice set of tools that will help solve some of their most troubling problems.

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