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Digital Ally Inc. Revolutionizes Body Camera–Vehicle Video System Connectivity

 

 
 
 

| Thursday, October 24, 2013


Digital Ally, Inc., which develops, manufactures and markets advanced video solutions, introduces VuLink™, which allows cooperative linking of Digital Ally’s Vehicle-Mounted Video Systems and FirstVu HD Body-Worn Video System.

Following the launch of its lightest, longest-lasting and most powerful body-worn video system, the FirstVu HD, Digital Ally is now providing the first system for allowing body cameras and in-car video systems to be automatically or manually activated simultaneously. The patent pending technology, called VuLink, allows Digital Ally’s vehicle video systems and FirstVu HD body cameras to work cohesively together, both in the field as well as in Digital Ally’s VuVault back-office management and reporting software.

For example, when a vehicle’s lights are activated, the body camera will automatically begin recording simultaneously with the vehicle’s video system, thereby removing any distraction to the driver or the chance that they will forget to activate a recording manually. When used in conjunction with the Pre-Event Recording feature of the video systems, which captures footage from before a recording is triggered, this eliminates the need to record constantly, which drains batteries, takes up additional memory and storage space, creates recordings that take longer to upload and review, and is still subject to potential human error.

Alternatively, if the user is away from the vehicle when an incident occurs, VuLink will also allow them to remotely start recordings on both systems with their FirstVu HD. When they return from the call, the recordings are uploaded into the VuVault software, which can link the body cam and in-car video recordings together in the same incident.

VuLink provides a truly effortless way to capture a vehicle video system’s broad views of an incident around and inside the vehicle, which can include the individual wearing the body camera, as well as the personal perspective of the wearer, regardless of where the job takes them.

For more information, contact Digital Ally, Inc. at 800-440-4947 (+913.814.7774 international) or sales@digitalallyinc.com.

About Digital Ally, Inc.
Digital Ally provides patented vehicle video systems with the main module integrated into a rear-view mirror, a compact waterproof vehicle video system, lightweight video systems that may be worn or mounted; and a digital video flashlight. Learn more at www.digitalallyinc.com.

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