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Digital Ally LaserAlly LIDAR

Company: Digital Ally

October 07, 2010

In-car video manufacturer Digital Ally has entered the speed enforcement market with its new LaserAlly LIDAR. The LaserAlly can acquire targets in one-third of a second at a range of more than a mile. At just 2.5 pounds, the LaserAlly is one of the lightest LIDAR systems on the market. Features include: easy-to-use controls, obstruction mode, and advanced anti-jamming capabilities. IACP Booth #1035.

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