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August 20, 2014
07:42 EDTDGLYDigital Ally reports increase in inquiries regarding FirstVU HD Body Camera
Digital Ally announced that the number of inquiries that it has received from law enforcement agencies interested in its FirstVU HD Officer-Worn Video System has increased dramatically since the national media began covering the civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Stanton E. Ross, CEO of Digital Ally, stated, "The civil unrest that has resulted in riots and looting of local businesses in Ferguson, Missouri during the past week has drawn national attention to the critical importance of audio and video documentation of evidence collection involving law enforcement officers. Police departments and other law enforcement agencies have long recognized the value of in-car video systems in documenting the activities of public safety officers and the persons they apprehend upon suspicion of traffic and other violations of the law. An audio/video recording often proves to be invaluable in court because it can answer critical questions regarding inappropriate actions by either the law enforcement officer or the person who may have broken the law."
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March 30, 2015
14:36 EDTDGLYRepublican senator introduces police body camera bill, The Hill says
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14:17 EDTDGLYDigital Ally trades up on police body camera bill, levels to watch
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March 24, 2015
09:22 EDTDGLYOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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06:10 EDTDGLYDigital Ally files $25M automatic mixed securities shelf
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March 23, 2015
16:56 EDTDGLYDigital Ally sees FY15 revenue $25M vs.$17.8M in FY14
16:51 EDTDGLYDigital Ally reports Q4 EPS 5c vs (50c) in Q413
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09:28 EDTDGLYOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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08:29 EDTDGLYDigital Ally receives patent for latest LIDAR speed enforcement technology
Digital Ally announced that it has been awarded a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its latest LIDAR, or Laser Detection and Ranging, speed enforcement technology. The monitoring of vehicle speeds by law enforcement agencies is typically implemented by officers using various devices and systems, primarily Doppler RADAR or stationary LIDAR speed guns. Doppler RADAR transmits a continuous or near-continuous wave and measures the speed of vehicles by receiving the reflected signal using the Doppler principle. Typical Doppler RADARs can be operated from a stationary point or can be mounted in a law enforcement vehicle and operated while the vehicle is moving. Because the beam width is wide, RADAR speed guns do not have to be pointed accurately at the vehicle being measured. However, this feature is also a problem, because when there are multiple vehicles in the beam, the operator may not know which vehicle is being measured.
March 19, 2015
09:28 EDTDGLYS.D. police data makes 'compelling' case for TASER cameras, says Craig-Hallum
Data released by San Diego's Police Department showed significant reductions in complaints, allegations, and use of force after the department's deployment of TASER body cameras, said Craig-Hallum, which noted this as the first example of the benefits of body cameras from a "major" police force test. The firm thinks the study could have "significant" implications for other police forces testing and considering body cameras and reiterates its Buy rating and $30 price target on TASER shares. Digital Ally (DGLY) is another maker of police body cameras.
March 18, 2015
09:20 EDTDGLYComplaints against police fell after body cameras added, Channel 10 says
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