Digital Ally (DGLY) Receives FirstVu HD Body Cam, Related Connectivity Systems Order from Pickens County Sheriff's Dept.

November 16, 2016 8:36 AM EST

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Digital Ally, Inc. (Nasdaq: DGLY) announced an order for the Company's FirstVu HD body-worn cameras and patented VuLink connectivity systems from Pickens County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina. The customer's initial order includes 125 FirstVu HD body-worn cameras and 18 patented VuLink® connectivity systems.

Pickens County will deploy the Company's FirstVu HD body-worn cameras to outfit its entire force with Digital Ally's equipment, including their detention center officers. In addition to deploying Digital Ally's FirstVu HD body-worn cameras, Pickens County will also equip its force with the Company's patented VuLink® auto-activation technology, which provides "hands-free activation" of its FirstVu HD body-worn camera and DVM in-car systems allowing multiple recordings of the same event from different perspectives to be captured for a comprehensive recording. "With the ability to automatically activate the FirstVu HD body-worn cameras and in-car video systems with Digital Ally's patented VuLink® technology, our officers no longer have to think about pressing a button to record interactions. This functionality allows us to meet our goals of increasing the safety for our officers while ensuring that we capture a comprehensive perspective of the event," said Rick Clark, Pickens County Sheriff. "This is just one example in the trend of departments moving to auto-activation technology as it becomes the industry standard," explained Stan Ross, Chief Executive of Digital Ally. "With VuLink®, officers have one less thing to think about when approaching any situation," Ross concluded.

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