Cognitech Inc announces certification course on forensic video processing for end users

June 26, 2013 - 

Cognitech Inc., has announced its upcoming Fall 2013 training and certification course on forensic video processing and forensic photo/video grammetry for the company’s community of end users.

Specifically, the training course will be held at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, CA, on Oct. 21-25, 2013 and is aimed at users of the company’s Forensic Video-Audio TriSuite software and bespoke systems, in addition to users of Cognitech’s manufactured hardware cards and boards.

More information is available on the company’s website.

Not to be confused with Dresden, Germany-based facial recognition company Cognitec, Cognitech is an American company which specializes in real-time image and video processing and analysis software tools.

According to the company, the Tri-Suite software system is comprised of three tools: the Video Investigator software, the VideoActive software and the forensic photo/video grammetry  AutoMeasure software.

“Our scientists and engineers work tirelessly on solving new problems and pushing the envelope of what is forensically possible,” Cognitech CEO Dr. Lenny Rudin said. “Therefore, our Training Course is constantly being improved and updated with the latest capabilities like the latest breakthrough, which is called the Cognitech FACE-3DTM Fusion-Super-resolution. It enables end-users of Cognitech’s forensic video Tri-Suite to handle new forensic video cases that were previously unattainable by anyone, as well as re-open some prior unsolved criminal investigations. Our course structure assures that each qualified student acquires the advanced practical image processing skills that are needed in order to handle challenging forensic video work cases seen in the real-world, when they are back to their forensic labs and police departments.”

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