ICOP Distributor in Saudi Ready for Next Phase
DDIT Speaks About Saudi Deployments in Recent Press
The ICOP Model 20/20-W digital incar video system serves as the core of the solution, and is integrated with additional technologies, including license plate recognition (LPR). When the EyeNet LPR has a "hit," it triggers the ICOP Model 20/20-W to begin recording audio and video. "The ICOP Model 20/20-W has been a powerful technology to integrate with EyeNet's Arabic number plate recognition. The Saudi Police gave both of our products the ultimate compliment by commenting on its ease of use. Operating as a joint solution in Saudi Arabia, our products help our customers to save lives and secure property," said Tom Tarrach, CEO of EyeNet Enforcement Systems, Inc.
The press announcement, released by DDIT, was picked up by AME Info, the major press syndication service in the Middle East Region: http://www.ameinfo.com/219680.html
One of the major challenges for the Saudi Ministry of Interior was to identify a solution which operated in the Arabic language. ICOP successfully met this challenge with its ICOP Model 20/20-W and ICOP 20/20 VISION products. ICOP leadership will return to the Region in January 2010 to further opportunities for followon orders, for the next phase of deployments.
"We are very encouraged by the positive feedback we have heard regarding the early successes with this project," said Laura Owen, Chief Operating Officer at ICOP. "We are especially pleased with the support of each of our partners to help make this a smooth and successful deployment for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."
About ICOP Digital, Inc.
ICOP Digital, Inc. (NASDAQ:ICOP) is a leading provider of incar video and mobile video solutions for Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Military, and Transportation markets, worldwide. ICOP solutions help the public and private sectors mitigate risks, reduce losses, and improve security through the live streaming, capture and secure management of high quality video and audio. www.ICOP.com
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