Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks purchases next generation FirstVu Pro body cameras for statewide deployment through Digital Ally’s 5-Year Subscription Program
Digital Ally, Inc. (NASDAQ: DGLY) (the “Company”), which develops, manufactures, and markets advanced video recording products and other critical safety products for law enforcement, emergency management, fleet safety and event security, today announced it has received an order for 176 FirstVu Pro body cameras from the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. The body cameras will be deployed for the agency’s law enforcement officers throughout the state.
“We’re very excited to play a part in helping the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks keep its enforcement officers and the general community as safe as possible,” said Stan Ross, CEO of Digital Ally, adding, “The FirstVu Pro is a truly innovative technology with industry-leading features that are critical for safety and security.”
About Digital Ally
Digital Ally Companies (NASDAQ: DGLY) through its subsidiaries, is engaged in video solution technology, human & animal health protection products, healthcare revenue cycle management, ticket brokering and marketing, and event production. Digital Ally continues to add organizations that demonstrate the common traits of positive earnings, growth potential, innovation and organizational synergies.
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