|Nurizon Corporation wins a licence of approval for their in vehicle mobile video recording and CCTV systems|
Public Safety and Homeland Security solutions provider Nurizon Corporation have recently been awarded a licence of approval for their in vehicle mobile video recording and CCTV systems for the Saudi Arabian Security Forces, and Kingdom wide Emergency Services Authorities (ESA)'s.
United States Manufacturer, Digital Ally Inc, the exclusive provider for Nurizon Corporation's in vehicle mobile CCTV systems, are the only company to benefit from this internationally recognised award and certification through its partner, Nurizon.
Christopher Riddell, Chief Executive Officer for Nurizon Corporation, at a press conference on Monday afternoon in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia stated, "We are extremely pleased at this latest award, and this only goes to demonstrate the strength and viability of the range of products that Nurizon has to offer for the Saudi Arabian market". Christopher also went on to add that "We have worked diligently to ensure that the Saudi Arabian security forces recognise the strength and viability of the Digital Ally's range of products, and this has resulted in us achieving certification in record time."
When questioned as to why Nurizon Corporation were no longer continuing to support or promote United States based ICOP Digital's in vehicle range of products, Peter deBoeck, Nurizon Corporation's Legal and Finance Director commented that "ICOP Digital's persistent financial weakness, and lack of experience and ethics when it comes to conducting business in the Middle East, have meant that we have not been supporting their products or services for some time." Peter went on to add "Digital Ally's exceptional financial stability, combined with an impressive track record, and sustained market penetration worldwide, is however directly in keeping of the level of partner that Nurizon Corporation seeks to align itself with, and we are extremely excited to be supporting their activities in the region".
Lt Colonel Major Abdulaziz Al-Shammary, when commenting on the latest award for Nurizon Corporation stated that "Nurizon Corporation has demonstrated that its latest line of products for use in the Kingdomwide Security forces, is of the highest quality and standing, and the integrated rear view mirror with the video viewing screen is an extremely attractive and non intrusive option for our officers on the street when compared to the other products on the market at this time".
Saudi Arabian Security Forces awarded a licence of approval for their in vehicle mobile video recording and CCTV systems to Nurizon Corporation
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.
Digital Ally's products are already receiving acclaim and recognition throughout emergency services agencies across the Middle East. Countries such as Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates, have all been expressing interest at trialling the latest range of Nurizon Corporation's in vehicle Mobile CCTV solutions and Licence Plate Recognition Solutions.
Nurizon Corporation entered into formal agreements at the beginning of 2009 to promote and resale the Digital Ally range of products, including the recently launched DVM-750, across the Middle East, including the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.