What is Forensic Video Image Analysis?
Simply stated it is the relationship between video image processing, law enforcement, industrial security and the courts. It is a relatively new scientific tool for enhancement and identification of individuals and situations in recorded video crime scenes. VCR tapes suffer noise, low light level environments, motion blur, and time base synchronization problems. Perpetrators are too small for identification and four camera scenes are compressed to a single frame, quad format. All these situations have been successfully resolved by forensic image processing techniques.
How Can I Learn More About What You Do?
Forensic Tape Analysis, Inc. makes forensic video and audio services accessible to everyone who needs them. We offer high technology solutions to law enforcement departments both small and large, as well as to private corporations and individual citizens. Feel free to call our offices to speak with someone about your individual concerns.
Company ProfileForensic Tape Analysis, Inc. offers a wide array of services including videotape enhancement, videotape authentication, still image enhancement, time-lapse videotape testing, recorder testing, audiotape authentication, audiotape enhancement, voice identification, and questioned document examination.
Our experts pride themselves on their long list of satisfied clients from almost every state in the U.S. and several countries overseas including Korea, The United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Argentina, South Africa, Italy, Saudi Arabia and Israel. Our company has a strong commitment to the research and development of new technologies and techniques that will aid us in achieving the best possible results. You can be assured when you retain our services that you will be forming a relationship with a well-respected company and an expert who will play an integral role in the outcome of your case.
Our very specialized services are not something that many are familiar with, so feel free to call us for a consultation. We will take the time to explain exactly which service will best benefit you and how it will affect your case specifically.