If you believe every police office in the US will be fitted with a body camera then you have to like both TASR and DGLY...they are the only 2 publicly traded body camera plays in the entire market.
And while TASR certainly controls the largest share of this growing market, DGLY does control a segment of the market based on its $20M in sales and moreover owns a host of patents (one of which it alleges TASR has infringed upon). In any case, because the market is growing so rapidly and is expected to explode this year, all of these payers will certainly benefit.
On a valuation basis however, I would argue that DGLY is much more attractive at these price.
If you compare the mkt cap to sales multiples, TASR trades at 4.55 times sales.
If I take that same multiple and apply it to DGLY's $20M in sales I get to a $92M market cap which equates to $18 per share.
So from here at $6, I say DGLY has much more upside than TASR.
In all reality, DGLY is an acquisition target...$20M in sales, $8M in cash, no debt and patents trading at $32M mkt cap is attractive on any front...tough to say any acquisition would be at anything less than $50M mkt cap (roughly $10 per share)...now whether its Taser, Motorola, GoPro or another defense company, it really doesnt matter...fact is the company is an attractive acquisition target at these levels.