Directview Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS:DIRV) and xG Technology Inc (NASDAQ:XGTI) reported that they have commenced beta testing of body-worn camera solution developed especially for law enforcement agencies. xG confirmed its deal to incorporate its private mobile broadband know-how with the Directview camera in April.
Directview and xG performed initial integration and assessment of a Directview body-worn camera item last week at xG’s facility in Sunrise, FL. The preliminary test results showed that camera hardware was effortlessly recognized by the xMax technology, and video transmissions were impeccably supported over the network.
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Tim Moynihan, the VP of Sales at xG Technology, stated that as anticipated, the IP design of the xMax system enabled it to quickly commence and maintain seamless connectivity with the Directview camera. It allowed for successfully transferring of video transmission on the xMax network. The company sees patented xMax system to play a vital role in camera for public safety agencies. It will offer real time situational awareness that can revolutionize paradigm for law enforcement. However, it will need a strong network that is highly secure and always available which is what xMax delivers.
xG will work closely with Directview Holdings during the beta stage of product testing and will support it into full field assessment with interested law enforcement agencies. The collaboration of xG with Directview, together with other recently-disclosed Technology Alliance deal with Drakontas and Radio IP, highlights xG’s commitment to develop an ecosystem of advanced applications which can offer real value to law enforcement, military, emergency management, and other markets.
Roger Ralston, the CEO of Directview Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS:DIRV), said that they are delighted to report the successful evaluation and integration of the xMax system with company’s body-worn camera solution. In last trading session, the stock price of surged more than 3% to close the trading session at $0.00560. The gains came at a share volume of 13.67 million compared to average share volume of 10.73 million.