Emerging Tech SIG: Fighting Crime: Information Chokepoints & New Software Solutions
Fighting Crime: Information Chokepoints & New Software Solutions
Technology innovations combined with policy changes are profoundly transforming how law enforcement and public safety professionals use data to solve and prevent crimes:
* Innovative new data sources ranging from computer vision and computer listening to mobile devices carried by officers are generating a flood of new data to analyze
* An increased awareness of the need for information sharing is leading to standards for the exchange of such data
* And rapid advancements in analysis technologies are providing new tools capable of organizing all this data and "seeing" its patterns.
Join us on October 14, as Ron Mayer, CTO of Forensic Logic, leads a panel discussion on the ways in which new software solutions are eliminating key loopholes and inefficiencies in our public safety infrastructure. Forensic Logic is a leader in the integration of data across technologies, agencies and jurisdictions to identify and even predict crimes that would otherwise be enigmatic and unsolvable. Joining us will be industry leaders ShotSpotter (gunshot detection and location technologies), PIPS Technology (license plate recognition systems) and COPsync (real-time law enforcement information sharing).
This talk is the second presentation in an occasional series on emerging technologies in under-our-usual-radar economic sectors.
Ron Mayer, CTO, Forensic Logic (data integration for crime prevention and prediction)
with speakers from PIPS Technology (mobile license plate recognition) and
COPsync (real-time law enforcement information sharing) and
ShotSpotter (gunshot detection / location)
2475 Hanover St.
Palo Alto, CA 94304
6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Registration / Networking / Refreshments / Pizza
7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Presentation
$15 at the door for non-SDForum members
No charge for SDForum members
No registration required
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