Forensic Video Analysis

What is forensic video analysis?

Forensic Video Analysis is the scientific examination, comparison and/or evaluation of video in legal and forensic matters. In essence, FVA is a repeatable scientific process utilized to accurately interpret events and/or images captured on video.

How does it apply to forensic investigation and analysis?

The increasing prevalence of video capturing devices has naturally led to more accidents being captured on video. The complex and extensive data organization algorithms employed by video capture systems leads to a need for technical competence for proper video extraction and analysis. Issues encountered in video, including aberrations, compression artifacts, and lens distortion, can be analyzed and accounted for using various forensic video analysis techniques. Understanding the underlying principles of video capture technology enables forensic video analysts to provide foundational and precise analysis of events captured on video.

What experience does Explico have in this area?

The senior level engineers and scientists at Explico have been at the forefront of developing 3D visualization environments and applications specific to the world of forensics. Currently, Explico’s visualization capabilities include:

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