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IACP 2012: Best of Show

November 8, 2012

Technology tends to be the emphasis of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference. True to form, many of the coolest products at this year's show, held Sep. 29–Oct. 3 in San Diego, focused on the now high-tech aspects of evidence collection. Multiple companies debuted new and improved takes on video, drug analysis, and biometrics. Plenty of new tablets were also on hand. The following is a quick look at some of the products at IACP 2012 that caught our attention. Photos: Mark W. Clark, Paul Clinton, Stalker Radar, Thermo Scientific, and Ti Training

Grant Assistance

October 26, 2012
Digital Ally is footing the bill to help you find and apply for funding and grants for video systems and LIDAR speed guns. Make sure you know about every funding source available.

Mobile Video

September 21, 2012

Automatically capture and record evidence from your law enforcement vehicle, be it a car, truck, SUV, or motorcycle. View this photo gallery for the latest offerings from sight leading police suppliers.

Laser Speed Guns

September 21, 2012

A group of officers spent one week evaluating four frontline lidar units and two specialty units for POLICE Magazine. View this gallery for details on each unit, and then read the full results in "Lidar Technology Comes of Age."

Lidar Technology Comes of Age

September 21, 2012

Some two decades after its arrival, the speed laser is rapidly becoming a commodity. POLICE Magazine gathered all of the most recent arrivals and spent weeks evaluating their performance, utility, and user-friendliness. Then they were placed in service with a local PD for one week each.

In-Car/Wearable Video, Handheld LIDAR

September 21, 2012
Check out Digital Ally's cutting-edge new products in officer-worn Video, in-car video, LIDAR and more. IACP Booth #5525.

FirstVu

July 26, 2012
Digital Ally's FirstVu is tough and doesn't fall off. It stays on target instead of flopping around and records a wide view so you can see someone that's close or to the side. It doesn't have multiple components and cables to get in your way, and best of all, it's $200 off!

On-Body Video: A Double-Edged Sword

July 16, 2012

Until recently the technology was limited to traffic stops and perhaps some critical incidents. Now, video can be used to document every aspect of a law enforcement officer's shift. But the question that each agency has to answer remains: Is that a good thing?

FirstVu On-Body Camera

April 20, 2012
Digital Ally's FirstVu is tough and won't fall off or flop around. Its wide view can see targets that are close or to the side. Best of all, it's $200 off.

Night Vision and Thermal Imaging

March 27, 2012

Quite a few procurement officers have absolutely no idea what the folks in the field really need when it comes to night vision. Nor do they understand the different uses of thermal imaging versus light amplification and when they should be deployed.

DVM-100 In-Car Video System, Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR

March 21, 2012
With so many law enforcement budgets reduced, Digital Ally is giving away a DVM-100 In-Car Video System, Laser Ally Handheld LIDAR and even an Event Recorder for your city's fleet. Enter code "PM03" to register for a chance to win these valuable tools.

In-Car Video with VoiceVault Mic

February 27, 2012
All new orders of Digital Ally's DVM-500Plus In-Car Video System will now include the VoiceVault Advanced Wireless Microphone at no additional cost. The VoiceVault offers extended range, voice optimization, and noise filtering.

Digital Ally Offers VoiceVault Wireless Mic With DVM-500Plus System

January 4, 2012
All new orders of the DVM-500Plus in-car video system from Digital Ally will now include the VoiceVault wireless microphone at no additional cost, the company has announced.

Duty Lights: 2011

December 22, 2011

Every cop needs at least one reliable flashlight for duty, and most own a few for various situations. Here are 11 models from leading gear suppliers if you're in the market for a light.

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.

Digital Ally Introduces LIDARCam for Speed Enforcement

October 26, 2011
The LIDARCam is an economical option for recording exactly what an officer saw through the head-up display, while simultaneously providing a high-end Canon digital camera that's easily accessible for another use.

In-Car Video: 2011

October 24, 2011

In-car video systems now available to law enforcement agencies offer screens embedded in rear-view mirrors, solid-state hard drives, improved viewing angles, wireless file transfer, and other features. View these seven systems available from Digital Ally, Federal Signal, Kustom Signals, L-3 Mobile-Vision, Panasonic, Patrol Witness, and WatchGuard.

Digital Ally FirstVu Officer-Worn Video System Enhanced

March 10, 2011
The Digital Ally FirstVu compact digital video/audio recorder and photographic camera now features an even stronger and lighter design as well as a new wider angle lens. The new design reduces the weight of the unit by 17 percent and the new lens captures an impressive 133-degree field of view to help remove the need to aim the camera.

In-Car Video GPS Mapping

February 18, 2011
Digital Ally has added a mapping feature to its VideoManager software to easily track the location of video taken with its GPS-enabled units. This will allow users to utilize an in-program overhead map to view routes traversed in videos along with the location of "marked" events.

New Developments In ALPR

February 15, 2011

Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) technology has been the "oh, wow" gadget for the past few years, and with good reason. ALPR can identify, screen, and record the license plates of more vehicles than an entire squad of police officers could handle, and can do it with greater accuracy and no fatigue factor.

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