Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
Cognitech, Inc. has announced their participation in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, held in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 20-25, 2012. Cognitech’s CEO, Dr. Lenny Rudin, presented a talk at the Innovation in Forensic Image and Video Analysis Workshop, based partially on a Dr. Rudin’s recently awarded US Patent, “System and Method for Pattern Detection and Camera Calibration.”
Dr. Rudin’s presentation was based on Cognitech’s scientific team’s results in 3D Video Fusion for forensic applications. Cognitech’s novel US patented technique allows a highly detailed image reconstruction of a human face to be captured by low resolution surveillance cameras. Due to the recent, and prior, related patents issued to Cognitech on this subject, Cognitech assumes the leading industrial role in the forensic image reconstruction of human faces.
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) is an organization which consists of eleven areas that represent different forensic specialties. The AAFS Annual Meeting is a gathering of all the professionals from the different forensic areas, who then present the most current information and research in their respective areas in the forensic field.
Cognitech’s CEO, Dr. Lenny Rudin said, in regards to Cognitech’s participation in the meeting, “It is a great honor to have an opportunity to address the top US and international forensic scientists on a subject related to our scientific team’s recent research breakthrough."
About Cognitech, Inc.:
In 1988, Cognitech, Inc. was the first company that designed and developed the unique Video Investigator® hardware and software products for professional forensic CCTV video applications. The recent scientific breakthroughs of Cognitech’s research team, and multiple USPTO Awards, proves that twenty four years later, Cognitech is still the true leader in the forensic image/video processing field.