Digital Ally Announces Domestics and International Orders for EVO-HD In-Car Camera System
Digital Ally reveals that its EVO-HD in-car camera system with built-in auto-activation technology, body-worn cameras, and cloud storage solution had secured several notable contracts.
FREMONT, CA: Digital Ally, Inc., a company that designs, manufactures, and markets innovative video recording devices and other important safety products for law enforcement, emergency management, fleet safety, and event security, revealed recently that its EVO-HD in-car camera system with built-in auto-activation technology, body-worn cameras, and cloud storage solution had secured several notable contracts. The Royal Barbados Police Force, for example, will install the EVO-HD in-car camera system in its fleet of vehicles. This is the company's most significant international deployment of its EVO-HD technology to date. This order's specifics are being kept a secret.
The order placed by an international organization in early 2020 was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and Royal Barbados did not represent it. Digital Ally is committed to collaborating with the department to bring this landmark purchase to a successful conclusion.
"Recently we have seen multiple events that display the importance of body cameras with auto-activation technology," said Stan Ross, CEO of Digital Ally. Adding, "The EVO-HD comes standard with our patented auto-activation technology built into the unit, which simultaneously connects and activates a recording of the in-car cameras and body camera when triggered by multiple sensors. With this technology we look to assist in the call for complete transparency between the public and police officers."
Other notable orders for Digital Ally products that have recently been purchased:
Unnamed Police Department: five EVO-HD in-car systems, seventeen FirstVu HD body-worn cameras, and whole access to the EVO Web Portal cloud storage solution through the subscription plan, more details undisclosed.
Crestwood Police Department (MO): eight EVO-HD in-car systems, thirteen FirstVu HD body-worn cameras, and entire access to the EVO Web Portal cloud storage solution through the subscription scheme.
Danville Police Department (IL): forty FirstVu HD body-worn cameras.