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08/13/2009

GM and Safety Vision, L.P. Collaborate to take 2009 Law Enforcement Tradeshows by Storm

Houston TX, August 13, 2009—Safety Vision, a global provider of mobile digital video solutions, has been selected by General Motors Company (GM) to outfit 2009 Chevrolet Impala and Tahoe police vehicles with in-car video camera systems for GM’s 2009 police industry tradeshow lineup. Safety Vision brings feature-rich onboard camera solutions and 16 years of experience in evolving mobile surveillance technology to this partnership with GM.

“GM and Safety Vision will collaborate for tradeshows spanning the country from California to Illinois, from Louisiana to Mississippi,” says Safety Vision national account manager Steve Sappol. “Safety Vision’s new wireless and data management solutions, SafetyNet™ Central Management System (CMS), and SafetyView® PRO are perfect for the police industry. We are especially thrilled to demonstrate these wireless video management capabilities with GM at the Police Fleet Expo tradeshow in August 2009.”

GM’s police vehicles will be equipped with Safety Vision’s PatrolRecorder™ 4C mobile digital video recorder (MDVR), SafetyNet™ CMS wireless back-end management solution, and SafetyView® PRO video viewing software.The PatrolRecorder™ 4C compact MDVR supports four cameras with GPS mapping; SafetyNet™ CMS wirelessly downloads video; and SafetyView® PRO provides advanced and powerful playback, search, and export features while simplifying data management.

Safety Vision will feature the latest in their patrol in-car video systems series at Police Fleet Expo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the Midwest Airlines Convention Center, August 20-21, 2009. Find Safety Vision at booth #512 and GM at booth #301. Hosting vehicle equipment manufacturers and suppliers, Police Fleet Expo will exhibit the latest mobile solutions in the law enforcement industry.
  
About Safety Vision, L.P.
Safety Vision is a leading global provider of mobile video solutions, including onboard surveillance and collision avoidance camera systems. Components include mobile digital video recorders (MDVRs) for transit, police, school bus, commercial, and other fleet vehicles; user-friendly video viewing, sharing, and management software; rear-, side-, and forward-view interior and exterior cameras featuring infrared technology; and in-cab LCD monitors with built-in audio. Mobile recording solutions enable streamlined wireless downloading and simplified backend management of video, audio, and other system data. Extended service agreements and worldwide field installation available. Information: 800.880.8855 or 713.896.6600, www.safetyvision.com or www.candidoncameras.com.


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