Xpera Forensic Imaging Services (XFIS) Technology

Using XFIS technology requires extensive training in techniques that are accepted by both the scientific community and the courts. After an extensive organizational vetting process, Xpera’s Forensic Video Analysts are fully trained and successfully working with the new technology.

Equally important, the technology applies non-destructive techniques to preserve the original evidence and adheres to digital evidence requirements and guidelines for report writing in digital and multimedia forensics.


Post Perspective Adjustment of the license plate
Pre Perspective Adjustment of the license plate
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Gain more detail in your reports. Uncover evidence that may have otherwise gone unnoticed.

Image Enhancement recovers the most detail from an image whether dark or blurred or simply a non-ideal angle. This includes colour correction, deblurring, corrected camera perspectives, and stabilization.

Great result. Amazing technology. I must say I was skeptical but pleasantly surprised by the results.

Manager of the Special Investigations Unit

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Confirm measurements within a frame based on a single variable. Get accurate assessments of positioning.

Photogrammetry supports accident reconstruction, assess trajectory, or confirm the size of a subject based on the measurements of his/ her surroundings.

They threw in the towel. Give yourself a pat on the back. Job well done!

Retailer's Adjusting Firm

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Capture and manage evidence within the parameters of your company’s privacy policies.

More Effective and Accurate Pixelization protects the identity of third-party, non-subjects within a video frame, even in large public or group settings.


Use of XFIS technology adheres to digital evidence requirements and guidelines (including ASTM International standards and the Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence processes) in the use of digital and multimedia forensics technology.

Contact Us Today

Find out how you can do more with XFIS technology. Contact us today: 1.888.842.8112 or investigations@xpera.ca.

Hit and Run Found

A Special Investigations Unit Manager of a major property and casualty insurer praised XFIS as "amazing technology," when it was recently employed to assist in identifying the license plate in a hit and run incident in a parking garage, whereby the assailant fled the scene.

Routine surveillance video did not provide an accurate image of the license plate and another provider of investigative services was not able to extract the information. Adding further pressure to the case, the insured, concerned about his deductible, gained the attention of the insurance company President and CEO.

The Manager contacted Xpera. Using XFIS' capability to extract this type of detailed information from extreme angles, remove glare and lighten and darken images, the Xpera team was able to assist in identifying the 'hit and run' license plate and the truck that fled as it was exiting the garage.

Specifically, the process involved importing the evidence into the software, assessing suitability, and applying restoration/clarification algorithms to better evaluate the license plate of the vehicle involved in the motor vehicle accident.

Retailer Exonerated

A claims adjuster for a national retailer was struggling for a good visual of a store surveillance video to absolve his client from any wrongdoing. The case involved a customer slip and fall accident, and a claim of negligence against the retailer due to a wet floor.

Using the image enhancement capabilities of Xpera’s XFIS technology, the retailer was exonerated from any wrongdoing when the enhanced footage clearly showed that the customer did not slip on a wet floor, but in fact, twisted her ankle while walking. The plaintiff’s lawyer walked away from the claim once Xpera provided the results of the video enhancement.

Specifically, the process involved assembling the evidence and establishing the questions needed to support the answers, importing the evidence into the software, assessing suitability by examining specific variables, and applying multiple different algorithms in an effort to clarify and better assess the slip, trip, and or fall and or the plaintiffs body mechanics.