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  1. Data Management Considerations and Other Technology Questions SIA Body Worn Cameras Working Group May 2, 2016

  2. About SIA The Security Industry Association (SIA) is a trade association of nearly 700 manufacturers, integrators and distributers of security technology products, including the world’s leading camera manufacturers. • SIA Body Worn Cameras Working Group • Subject matter experts representing manufacturers, distributers and other stakeholders • IndigoVision, Panasonic, United Technologies, Synnex, Hikvision, Quantum, ADT, Underwriter Laboratories, Intertek, and others.

  3. Body Worn Camera Deployment • 18,000 law enforcement agencies nationwide, with 800,000 sworn officers. • 25% have deployed BWC systems in some form • 34 States are/have consideredBWC legislation so far in 2016 • 8 states have already enacted new laws on BWC in 2016

  4. Panelists • Paul Smith, Senior Vice President, IndigoVison • John Cusick, Category Manager of Evidence Capture Division, Panasonic • Shene Commodore, Government Contracts Manager, Intertek

  5. Data Storage Observations • Many cities have a tough time in hiring and keeping good IT talent, so it is often outsourced. • No one size fits all solution, but PDs trending toward Cloud to maintain consistent quality IT support ofstored video footage. • BWC use policies are a major driver of data storage/management needs. • On average, officers record for 2.5 hours during a shift • Nearly half of recorded video is “benign” • Benign video is typically kept for no more than 45 days • Incident video is kept as long as needed, years if necessary.

  6. Local Storage • Advantages • PD owns and controls the video storage • Reduced, limited bandwidth required in and out of the PD precinct (mostly for remote user (prosecutor) viewing) • Fixed known cost paid up front, once only. • Disadvantages • Higher cost of internal IT resources to maintain the body worn video storage • High internal IT resource turnover could affect body worn video system maintenance and performance • Security and risk mitigation

  7. Cloud Storage • Advantages • Payment is a monthly fee, paid out of Operating Expenses (OpEx) rather than out of Capital Expense (CapEx) • Outsource the IT function saving on internal IT resources, • No loss of time and re-education required upon turnover in internal IT staff • Reduced Security and risk mitigation (as far as getting hacked) • Highly scalable infrastructure to easily adapt to growth in storage requirements.  • Disadvantages • High Internet bandwidth out of the police precinct is required to offload video from cameras.  • Lack of physical control

  8. Hybrid Storage • Advantages • Reduced bandwidth from Cloud storage option • Only incident video is retained in the Cloud • Off load of video at off-hour, less network traffic  times • Disadvantages • Still require adequate internal IT resources to maintain storage and servers • Higher cost internal IT resources to maintain the body worn video storage • High internal IT resource turnover could affect body worn video system maintenance and performance • Security and risk mitigation (as far as getting hacked) • Lack of full physical control, as some of the video is still stored in the Cloud.

  9. Camera Features Affecting Data • Resolution:  Standard, 720p, 1080p? • Frame Rate:  30fps, other? • FOV:   70° to 90°?  or up to 140°? • On/off recording and audio mute button • A lens cover to stop recording video, but still record audio? • Pre-event recording capability for 30 sec. up to 8 hours? • Streaming video through Wi-Fi or 4G/LTE cellular? • Wi-Fi upload of video? • GPS stamping? • Battery life – 5 hours, 8 hours, or 10 hours continuous recording?

  10. Evidence Management Software • Hassle-free assignment of cameras to officers for attribution of video to the correct user • Manages the video off-load from cameras to long term storage • Granular setting of user and group permissions, and deletion policies • Case (incident) Management • Search tools, by time and date, by user – and thumb nail views of recorded video • Web access to stored video by prosecutors and defense attorneys • Full audit logging of every action, and digital signature on export • Maintain chain of custody on original and exported video • Ability to redact video (blur faces and identifiable features) for release to public • Ability to send video clips of incident video via expiring links • Scalable software to support any size department, and local, cloud or hybrid storage

  11. Key Issues Setting Testing Standards • Image Quality • Data Storage • Data Encryption/ Security • Detection

  12. Performance Testing • The process of exposing products to conditions that challenge the assumption or hypothesis that the product will meet a performance objective. • Hypotheses- What is assumed to be true about the product performance? • Parameters-What factors impact the performance of the product? • Test- What exposure and functional check is necessary to check the hypothesis based on the parameters?

  13. Product Testing & Performance • Functionality • Life Cycle • Durability • Usability • Workmanship

  14. Creating a Framework • Ability to test multiple platforms. Not all law enforcement agencies have the same network & hardware infrastructure. •  Additional Solutions must be software-centric and data management focused. • The ability to use current standards vs need to create new test standards

  15. Questions?

  16. Contact Information Shene Commodore Government Contracts Manager Intertek shene.commodore@intertek.com Jake Parker Director of Government Relations Security Industry Association jparker@securityindustry.org 301-804-4722 Paul Smith Senior Vice President IndigoVison p.smith@indigovision.com John Cusick Category Manager of Evidence Capture Division Panasonic john.cusick@us.panasonic.com