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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Renew Contracts for Digital Ally In-Car Video Systems from Four More States:

Digital Ally, Inc, which produces and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland defense and commercial security applications, today proclaimed that Mississippi, New Mexico, Utah and Wisconsin have renewed their statewide contracts with Digital Ally, Inc.

The renewal are for one-year period and allows all state, county and public law enforcement agencies to acquire the Company's digital in-car video systems under the terms and conditions specified in each state's contract.

Adding to the contract renewal by the State of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin State Patrol has structured 145 DVM-500 plus In-Car Rearview Mirror Systems, the majority of which will be shipped in the second quarter of 2009.

The Company also proclaimed the receipt of an order for 43 DVM-750 In-Car Rearview Mirror Systems, with the wireless uploading feature, from the Green Bay Police Department in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The DVM-750, Digital Ally's most advanced digital in-car video system, includes significant upgrades and enrichments to the Company's legacy DVM-500 model.

These new features contain the ability to connect up to four cameras and then select two cameras plus three audio channels for concurrent recording, enhanced security features, a higher-resolution LCD screen, and an advanced wireless microphone (the Voice Vault(TM)) with a range of up to one mile and on-board memory that can record audio evidence when the law enforcement officer is beyond the range of the in-car recording device. Digital Ally began transporting the DVM-750 to customers earlier this quarter.

"We continue to be satisfied with the renewal of statewide contracts, which illustrates a high level of customer fulfillment with our advanced surveillance products among law enforcement agencies all through United States," stated Stanton E. Ross, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Ally, Inc. "The combination of contract renewals with a big order for DVM-500 Plus systems from the State of Wisconsin is mainly encouraging. Additionally, the number of DVM-500 Plus systems that we have in record will allow us to transport the majority of this order in the quarter ending June 30, 2009."

"In the meantime, the interest in our new feature-rich DVM-750 continues to grow among existing customers and larger law enforcement agencies that we were unable to effectively target with our DVM-500 series. Metropolitan law enforcement agencies, such as the Green Bay Police Department, usually require a greater level of complexity and capabilities when selecting surveillance systems than is the case with smaller cities and towns, and the amount of contract opportunities available to Digital Ally has increased significantly since the introduction of the DVM-750," concluded Ross.

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