Digital Ally Gets U.S. Patent

Digital Ally shares were higher 3% in pre-market trade after the maker of digital video imaging and storage products for use in law enforcement and security said it has been issued a U.S. Patent for a portable video and imaging system. The patent is in the same family of patents that covers Digital Ally’s FirstVu body-mounted camera, and is specifically directed to the feature of a portable video camera that can be mounted on or carried by a law enforcement officer or mounted in a vehicle.

When a button on the camera is pressed by the officer, the video recording captured by the camera is “marked.” Upon playback of the captured video recording, law enforcement personnel can quickly advance the video recording to the marked location in the recording.

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