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Digital Ally Introduces DragonCam for Speed Enforcement

October 26, 2011  | 

Digital Ally has introduced the DragonCam, which integrates the Laser Ally LIDAR with a rugged, water resistant, high-performance camera and tablet computer.

The DragonCam provides "easy control and automatic capture of encrypted high resolution images or video along with detailed meta-data," according to the company. The camera's advanced optics remove the need for focus or zoom and can deliver license-plate legibility at a distance of 450 feet on typical U.S.-style plates and 300 meters on European-style plates.

The device can print violation images and data, as well as transfer recordings via flash drive or wireless (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and global 3G options are available). The system also features integrated GPS, as well as flash and printer compatibility. Full back-office processing services are also available.

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