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Des Moines orders DRI security products

Posted on April 4, 2007

Digital Recorders Inc. (DRI) has received an order from Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority in Iowa for more than $350,000 worth of digital video surveillance products designed specifically for transit security. The Des Moines order of transit security products includes digital video recorders and infrared cameras, available through DRI's agreement with Verint Systems Inc. Verint’s latest mobile digital video recorder, which uses MPEG4 technology, is designed to provide high quality video surveillance, with extended recording times, more frames per second on each camera and an improved desktop interface, according to DRI Chairman, President and CEO David L. Turney.

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