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WatchGuard Video Wins Expanded Contract from Minnesota State Patrol

May 5, 2010
WatchGuard Video announced today that it has been awarded a state contract for digital in-car video from the State of Minnesota. WatchGuard Video was the only manufacturer awarded a contract for a standalone solution (a digital in-car video system that does not require a backend server computer).

'Record-After-the-Fact' Upgrade

May 4, 2010
WatchGuard Video's Version 6.0 software for the WatchGuard DV-1 police in-car video system includes "Record-After-the-Fact," which goes far beyond the traditional pre-event video feature. Record-After-the-Fact can create a new video recording event up to several days after the event actually occurred.

WatchGuard Video Introduces Feature That Allows Recording After the Fact

March 17, 2010
WatchGuard Video announced today the release of Version 6.0 software for the WatchGuard DV-1 police in-car video system. The Version 6.0 upgrade includes a powerful new patent pending feature called "Record-After-the-Fact" that allows officers to retrieve buffered video not previously recorded to a DVD.

WatchGuard Video’s Law Enforcement Market Share Grows to 25 Percent

November 3, 2009
WatchGuard Video, a privately-held law enforcement technology manufacturer, announced today that the company holds the number one market share position for U.S. sales of digital in-car video systems used by law enforcement.

Digital Eyes

July 23, 2009

By far the greatest technological innovation in the short history of in-car video has been the advent of digital recording systems. Whether they capture video on DVD discs, hard drive, or flash memory card, digital systems offer much greater resolution and easier and less expensive evidence storage than earlier analog VHS machines.

WatchGuard Video Receives Historic Order for Digital In-Car Video

April 23, 2009
WatchGuard announced today that the California Highway Patrol has placed an initial order for 2,000 overhead-mounted WatchGuard DV-1s, a digital police in-car video system that records high-resolution digital video in real time onto rewritable DVDs that play on regular DVD players.

WatchGuard Video Announces New “Hybrid” Product That Combines Server-Based Technology with the DV-1

January 8, 2009
Designed exclusively around the company’s industry leading DVD-video based in-car video system, the WatchGuard DV-1, CES offers the ability for law enforcement agencies to upload video and metadata to a centralized server system providing convenient video search and retrieval, review, data analysis, physical inventory tracking, and report generation.

IACP 2008: Best of Show

January 1, 2009

As exemplified by IACP 2008 held in San Diego in November, IACP tends to be about big ticket items: vehicles, software, video systems. This year's IACP was no exception.

Space Saver: WatchGuard's Hybrid Digital Video System

June 1, 2008

WatchGuard's DV-1 in-car video system is designed to take the hassle out of recording digital video. The system burns each event onto a rewritable DVD in the same DVD video format used for standard entertainment DVDs.

WatchGuard Video DV-1 Wireless Microphone

October 1, 2006
WatchGuard Video’s new 2.4-GHz digital wireless microphone is now available as an upgrade for its DV-1 digital in-car video system. The new microphone features 40 dynamically selected channels and is designed to mount against the ceiling next to the camera system. In addition to an extended range of 1,000 feet, the new unit provides up to eight hours of continuous talk time and 14 days of standby time.
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