Digital Ally Announces Notable Orders for Body Worn Cameras
Multiple orders have been placed through the Company’s subscription payment plan as demand continues for FirstVu Pro body-worn cameras
Digital Ally, Inc. (NASDAQ: DGLY) (the “Company”) which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video recording products and other critical safety products for law enforcement, emergency management, fleet safety and event security, today announced several notable law enforcement agency orders. These orders continue to demonstrate the Company’s commitment to engineering innovative video solutions technology for law enforcement, first responders, private security and commercial fleets.
“Our customers increasingly demand the very latest in video solutions technology,” said Brody Green, President of Digital Ally, adding, “These noteworthy orders reflect the trust these departments have in Digital Ally to always provide the innovative technology needed to keep officers and communities safer.”
Noteworthy subscription orders include products and services for the following departments:
- Currituck County Sheriff’s Office: seventy-one (71) FirstVu Pro body-worn cameras
- Kosciusko County (IN) Sheriff’s Office: forty (40) FirstVu Pro body-worn cameras and three (3) EVO HD in-car systems
- Hannibal (MO) Police Department: forty-five (45) FirstVu Pro body-worn cameras and ten (10) EVO in-car systems
- Rockwood (IN) Police Department: twelve (12) FirstVu Pro body-worn cameras and twelve (12) EVO in-car systems
These orders come on the heels of the Company announcing several patents, as well as the addition of its InterVu Room solution. Digital Ally continues to demonstrate its commitment to innovation and a world-class video solutions ecosystem with the FirstVu Pro body-worn camera, EVO-HD in-car system, InterVu Room system, EVO Web and QuickVu docking stations.