03.01.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
LEVA and IACP invest in Avid Solutions for video forensics labs

The Law Enforcement & Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) are implementing Avid Technology solutions for use in video forensics investigations and training labs.

LEVA has established the first forensics video processing training facility in the country (the LEVA Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing Lab) at the University of Indianapolis. The lab is equipped with 20 video analysis workstations running Avid Media Composer and dTective software from Ocean Systems. The lab also has Avid Mojo acceleration hardware and 4TB of storage on an Avid Unity LANshare.

Separately, the IACP has established its own support network of video analysis in the United States. This new network will also use video analysis workstations running Avid Media Composer Adrenaline systems with dTective software.

See Avid Technology in NAB booths S117 LMR, S112 LMR, S118 LMR, S229 LMR, SL106, SL1410 and C9844 or visit www.avid.com.

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