Security

Powering surveillance

Matthew Dale explores new algorithms, processing boards and interfaces for viewing images, all for improving airborne surveillance

IFSEC International

IFSEC International is Europe's leading security event and the only global stage committed to co-creating the future of integrated security

Connected cities

Urban areas are being transformed by the Internet of Things and other information and communication technologies. Andrew Williams looks at how digital security cameras will fit into these smart cities

The greatest show on earth

Rio de Janeiro will host South America's first Olympic Games this summer. Rob Ashwell looks at the vision technologies needed to cope with the thousands of visitors that come with hosting such an event

Computer vision to speed police investigations similar to Boston bombing

Police investigating the Boston Marathon bombing drew heavily on the vast amount of video data from the scene to build their case. The latest video analytic approaches could have helped speed the investigation even further says Dr James Orwell, leader of the Visual Surveillance Research Group at the Digital Imaging Research Centre at Kingston University

All-seeing eye

Stephen Mounsey takes a look at the cameras that are taking a look at all of us

Crime scene investigations

Greg Blackman looks at some of the imaging techniques used in forensics and criminal investigations, from the importance of CCTV to generating images of a suspect from an eyewitness account

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