ICOP unveils new solution at IACP conference

Nov. 7, 2008
20/20 VISION delivers digital in-Car video recording capabilities to law enforcement

Today, ICOP Digital, an industry-leading company engaged in advancing digital surveillance solutions, announced that it will formally unveil the very latest in cutting edge digital in-car video technology - ICOP 20/20 VISION - at the 115th Annual IACP Conference and Exposition in San Diego in Exhibit #2237.

Empowered with ICOP 20/20 VISION, law enforcement agencies worldwide will now have the ability to integrate the award-winning, robust functionality of the ICOP Model 20/20-W into their existing Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs), the laptops in law enforcement vehicles. With flexible installation options, the ICOP 20/20 VISION delivers full, high performance, digital video recording capabilities controlled through an officer's MDT via keyboard or touch screen interface. In addition, the ICOP 20/20 VISION will continue operating even when the MDT does not – continuing to record if the MDT suffers a power loss or computing system failure.

Scheduled to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2009, the ICOP 20/20 VISION provides the ability to initiate recording via quick keys, touch screen or button trigger in addition to automatic recording through configurable triggers. Full audio and video is provided to the laptop or other external audio input, as desired. VISION also enables complete variable video window resizing, experiences no noticeable video image delay, and is fully compatible with Windows XP and Vista operating systems.

On Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 2:00 PM PT in the IACP 2008 Solutions Presentation Theater, conference attendees will also have the opportunity to see a formal presentation by Chris Hackett, Vice President, Sprint Nextel, retired NYPD Chief Lou Anemone, and ICOP President and COO Laura Owen, who will address the numerous strategic and tactical advantages afforded by community-centric, real-time streaming of audio and video during crisis events.

With technologies such as ICOP LIVE, enabled by the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network, law enforcement can optimize the management of their first response teams with real-time situational awareness and on-site intelligence of an event as it unfolds.

If you would like to learn more about the Company or would like to interview management, please contact John Morrison or Tiffany Korkis, Directors, Elite Media Group, at 407-585-1080 or via email at ICOP@efcg.net.