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Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd

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1 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 16th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 16th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 16th, 2017 02:21PM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
2 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 17th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 17th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 17th, 2017 08:12AM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
3 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 18th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 18th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 18th, 2017 10:19AM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
4 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 19th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 19th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 19th, 2017 05:03AM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
5 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 22nd, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 22nd, 2017 12:00AM Dec 22nd, 2017 05:53AM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
6 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 23rd, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 23rd, 2017 12:00AM Dec 23rd, 2017 09:37AM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
7 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 24th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 24th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 24th, 2017 01:22PM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
8 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 25th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 25th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 25th, 2017 10:21AM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
9 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 26th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 26th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 26th, 2017 07:22AM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
10 private:videoforensicsoceanialtd-2 1336511 Dec 27th, 2017 12:00AM Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd 45 0.00 Open Legal Services Dec 27th, 2017 12:00AM Dec 27th, 2017 12:27PM Scrutinizing security video footage for clues is called forensic video analysis and it's a relatively new field. Powerful computer programs can now convert images that were once routinely trashed as useless into a clear digital format. The result is so compelling, investigators say, many suspects quickly confess to their crimes when confronted with their digital likeness. Now a privately-owned Auckland-based company has introduced this NASA-developed state-of-the-art technology to New Zealand. The VISAR system represents a dramatic advance in our ability to capture and analyze security camera footage, explained Warren Thomas, owner of Video Forensics. We can now rapidly scan for events, stabilize and clarify images for improved visibility, view pictures in slow-motion, and track subjects of interest through periods of time. The VISAR system can then produce enhanced video and still images for each scene requested without altering the underlying footage, thereby maintaining evidential standards. Video Forensics (Oceania) Ltd provides professional forensic video and audio consulting services to some of New Zealand's most prominent organisations. We take instructions from police and private investigators, corporate and government clients, and members of the legal profession. We do not take instructions from private individuals. Member of IFPI (Independent Forensic Practitioners Institute Inc). Member of LEVA (Law Enforcement Video Association). Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology

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