Coban Technologies headquarters relocates to Houston. Mr. William Ruppert joined management team, and more...
"COBAN Technologies has again expanded its product line by introducing their next generation of digital in-car mobile video recorders, the COBAN TopCam EDGE . . ."
"COBAN Technologies has taken their newest and most advance product, the COBAN EDGE in-car digital video recording system and combined it with their new Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) system to create the new EDGE Vision. . ."
"Most Abilene Police Department patrol cars will soon have an updated video system that will be able to capture every minute of an officer's shift even if the camera isn't turned on. . ."
"The Orange County commissioners voted Thursday night to use $295,700 in federal grant money to buy 50 in-car video camera systems for the sheriff's department. . ."
"After 17 years of delay, Los Angeles is finally moving ahead with a plan to install in-car-video cameras in its police department’s patrol cars . . ."
"Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa today joined Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton at the Los Angeles Police Academy to unveil the Digital In-Car Camera System. . . ."
"Like most everything else in technology, KCPD in-car video systems are going digital. . . ."
"Kansas City is spending nearly $3 million dollars to upgrade the dashcam systems that record video in police patrol cars. . . ."
"The Chicago Police Department is taking advantage of a rarely used purchasing power to speed the installation of the 280 squad car cameras promised by Mayor Daley seven months ago. . . ."
"Since 2000, cameras have sat on the right of the rear view mirror in many cop cars. Those cameras were recording on VHS tapes. . . ."