SEARCH & REVIEW HOURS
OF VIDEO IN MINUTES

SOLUTIONS TO HELP INVESTIGATORS ACCELERATE INVESTIGATIONS

ACCELERATE INVESTIGATIONS

By leveraging the REVIEW capabilities, users can pinpoint objects and events of interest to advance investigations and powerfully accelerate time to target. This solution supports effective case management, so investigators can organize video assets, bookmark objects of interest, summarize case findings, and export reports, while dynamically collaborating on cases with other users.

With REVIEW, operators can review hours of video in minutes and refine search results through filter tolerance as well as density, speed, direction, and sort controls. REVIEW enables cross-camera video search and filtering, based on an ever-expanding set of object classes and attributes, as well as Visual Layers, which presents activity, dwell time, common paths, and background changes as easily readable heatmaps for increased scene understanding. Lastly, the patented BriefCam VIDEO SYNOPSIS® solution, which simultaneously presents objects that have appeared at different times within the video, resulting in a dramatically shorter video segment that fully preserves the viewer’s ability to analyze the scene.

BriefCam REVIEW

Case Management

Organize all video assets of an investigation in a single container, bookmark objects of interest, and summarize case findings (including all relevant exhibits) in an exportable report, while dynamically collaborating on cases with other users.

VIDEO SYNOPSIS

Simultaneously present objects that have appeared at different times within the video. The result is a dramatically shorter video segment that fully preserves the viewer’s ability to analyze the scene, enabling the review of hours of video in minutes and sometimes seconds.

Multi-Camera Search

Advanced multi-camera search powerfully identifies men, women, children and vehicles of interest with speed and precision, using face recognition, appearance similarity, apparel, color, size, speed, path, direction, dwell time and illumination change filters.

Face Recognition

Accurate face recognition rapidly pinpoints people of interest using digital images extracted from the video or from external sources.

LPR

License Plate Recognition

Differentiated license plate recognition, designed especially for “in the wild” surveillance scenarios and ease of operation in finding license plates through watchlists, existing video or data uploads.

Face Re-identification

Appearance Similarity

Instantly locate people, vehicles, and other items of interest by searching for objects with similar attributes.

Face Mask Detection

Face Mask Detection

Apply Face Mask attribute filter to search and identify face mask usage across video.

line crossing

Proximity Identification

Search and identify the distance between individuals over time and location for compliance with physical distancing and for contact tracing.

Line Crossing

Detect, filter and count objects that cross a demarcation in a pre-defined direction to drive perimeter protection and directional object count.

Visual Layers

Create visual analytics for activity, dwell time, common paths and background changes.

Filter Tolerance

Adjust tolerance levels to refine search results for class, attributes, color, dwell time, direction, area, path, face recognition and appearance similarity.

Density & Speed Control

Increase or decrease the number and speed of events shown at once.

Sort Control

View events by relevance or by order of occurrence and easily zoom in on items of interest.

Rapid Review and Search

Visual Layers
Accelerating Investigations with REVIEW

Watch hours of videos in minutes and pinpoint people and objects of interest by their attributes.

"Video from inside the vehicle, along with a series of public and private cameras on the North side of the city, allowed investigators to track the subject’s movement backwards to where they came from prior to the attack, which ultimately led to their identification."

Jonathan H. Lewin
Chief of the Bureau of Technical Services, Chicago Police Department