Taser (NASDAQ:TASR) is up AH on a WSJ report stating the NYPD is using the company's wearable cameras, along with cameras from Vievu, in a trial program.
The Vievu camera can be worn on an officer's shirt, and the Taser camera can be mounted on glasses, a collar, or a shoulder. ~60 officers in 6 precincts will take part in the trial by year's end.
Shares rose 4.8% in regular trading after Taser announced multiple non-camera orders.
Fellow wearable camera maker Digital Ally (NASDAQ:DGLY) is also up AH. Its shares rose 13.2% in regular trading, continuing an epic run.
This was corrected on 09/04/2014 at 06:16 PM. The post previously gave incorrect use cases for the Taser and Vievu cameras. The Taser camera can be worn on glasses, a collar, or the shoulder, and the Vievu camera can be worn on an officer's shirt.