Next Workshop

2018’s workshop:

CCTV Evidence Workshop

Thursday 8th March 2018 at 10am

St John’s Hotel, 651, Warwick Road, Solihull, West Midlands, B91 1AT

The Institute will be holding the above workshop for the benefit of the membership, dealing with the capture, analysis and presentation of CCTV evidence to the criminal and civil courts. A number of companies will be delivering presentations dealing with the benefits of their software to collision investigators, as well as other investigators and law enforcement professionals.

The provisional programme is as follows:

Steve Lower and Robin Stevens of Siraview, together with Institute member Mark Crouch, will speak regarding the role of CCTV in collision investigation. They will also deal with technical aspects of the Home Office approved light board and how it will assist in collision investigation.

Avatu will be delivering a presentation on Forensic Write-Blocking technology along with a practical demonstration of some of the solutions available in the market. This presentation will cover, what is a forensic write blocker, how they work, why they are important, and the risks associated with not following correct process when viewing the contents of digital media such as dash cams.

Best Evidence Technology is a UK independent supplier of a variety of forensic imaging and enhancement systems. The presentation will provide an overview of current products dealing with video and image enhancement, 3rd party CCTV replay, drone processing and digital image verification software, as supplied to the police, military, and similar agencies.

Institute member, Ian White, will be delivering a presentation in the morning dealing with generating a point cloud in Agisoft and using it in PC-Crash to determine a vehicle position from CCTV footage. He will subsequently take photographs during the lunch break and generate a 3D model for members to see, that will further demonstrate the process.

Attendance at this workshop, which includes lunch, is free of charge to all members of the Institute. However all members attending this workshop must register their intention to attend on the ITAI shop page, to assist with catering and management of the event.

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