Aegison Makes Law Enforcement Pacts

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The law is coming down upon Aegison Corp.’s digital surveillance systems. The Santa Clara, Calif., company isn’t in any kind of trouble, but it has scored several recent contracts with law enforcement agencies.

The Hamilton County Sheriff Department in Indiana is adding Aegison’s DV6010m mobile DVR in its for its 50 squad cars. Aegison also says it is installing DV6010 recorders on motorcycles for an undisclosed police department in Texas. Ira Davis, Aegison’s sales manager, touts the draw his company’s digital system over the traditional videotape system used by other law enforcement agencies.

“What you see on ‘Cops’ is usually a VCR system. Some departments have storerooms full of tapes,” Davis says. “The difference is this can be stored on a hard drive with a digital watermark to keep the lawyers happy, and it can be wirelessly downloaded.”

While the thought of replacing endless stacks of labeled tapes with a searchable hard drive may be tantalizing enough to Aegison’s customers, wireless is also a strength of the digital system. “Digital is the only thing that has allowed this to go wireless,” Davis says.

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