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Digital Ally's LaserAlly LIDAR System Achieves IACP Certification

August 07, 2010  | 

Digital Ally Inc.'s LaserAlly LIDAR System complies with performance specifications set by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the company has announced.

LaserAlly was listed on the Conforming Product List (CPL) for enforcement-technology equipment released July 30 by IACP. This equipment is intended for use in highway-safety programs, and LaserAlly was found to be both accurate and reliable when properly operated and maintained.

IACP recommends that law-enforcement agencies use this CPL as one of its criteria when purchasing enforcement-technology equipment.

"LaserAlly units have been tested by law enforcement agencies across the country, and the response has been very encouraging," according to Ken McCoy, Digital Ally's vice president of sales and marketing. "Orders are already coming in, and commercial production is scheduled to commence before the end of the current quarter."

LaserAlly is lightweight and can detect vehicle speed and direction in 0.33 seconds. LaserAlly reads through obstructions such as branches or glass, congested traffic, adverse weather, and was the only LIDAR not detected or jammed in a recent third-party test against the leading LIDAR systems and LIDAR jammers.

The system is user-friendly, waterproof, impact resistant, and features accuracy locking and internal accuracy tests, improved alignment stability, true continuous tracking with audio, up to a 32-hour battery life from two C-cell batteries, and a True Color 1:1 heads-up display for accurate vehicle identification. The unit is upgradable in the field via a USB port.

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