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Photo Enlargement Helps Homeland Security and State Police Depts

Police and homeland security agencies nationwide are using Imagener enhancement photo software by Kneson Software to enlarge and enhance surveillance photos for better content recognition. Since 9/11, surveillance equipment use is increasing. Imagener maintains surveillance photo integrity to increase identifiable detail helping police catch more criminals and increase community safety.

Surveillance images become too grainy to be useful at some level of enlargement and limited technology exists to enhance them effectively. Most photo programs use decades old techniques to increase photo size. Today's evolved object-oriented programming languages like C++ have provided the means to develop more effective photo enhancement capability through more sophisticated photo enlargement. A photo software product called Imagener analyzes photos based on a broader content footprint to increase small or vague photo elements for verifiable identification. Imagener maintains visual quality of images allowing State Police Departments and Homeland Security professionals to identify more content accurately.

Imagener's pioneering Unlimited enlargement engine analyzes image complexity, computes a vector map of each region and converts the regions into vectors then back into their original pixel-based format after enlargement. Imagener resizes images without limit and regardless of complexity.



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