Published on 2 Mar, 2009
| Nurizon Corporation signs exclusive representation and distribution agreements with Digital Ally Inc|
Digital Ally Inc, is a leading global manufacturer for in-vehicle video recording systems for law enforcement and public safety organisations.
Christopher Riddell, Chief Executive Officer for Nurizon Corporation, stated, "We are extremely excited to be able to work with such a strong and leading manufacturer for in-vehicle CCTV and surveillance solutions". Christopher also went on to add that "Digital Ally is at the forefront of delivering market-leading in-car video systems, and the financial stability of Digital Ally Inc ensures that all of our future customers can rest assured of the best in customer service and support".
Nurizon Corporation was until earlier this year the exclusive partner for struggling ICOP Digital Inc, another in-vehicle video recording manufacturer. This relationship was discontinued earlier in January following ICOP's continued breach of contracts and confidentiality with local organisations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Digital Ally's leading in-vehicle video recording solutions provide an integrated rear view mirror and LCD (Liquid Crystal Display), ensuring that there are no moving parts and existing radios mounted in the dashboard of the vehicle no longer need to be interfered with. Law enforcement officers also are able to upload video from the vehicle to government servers by encrypted wireless radio technology, and officers also have the option of wearing unique patent-pending Body worn cameras, an offering which is not available from any other of the in-vehicle video recording providers.
The fully arabised Digital Ally Video Recording System is fully compatible and integrates easily with the Nurizon Corporation ANPR (Licence Plate Recognition) systems and mobile speed enforcement systems from major manufacturers such as Kustom Signals.