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  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Axon announces more than 10,000 Taser orders

    Axon Enterprise Inc. announced multiple domestic and international orders today for its Taser weapons, including a large order for California Highway Patrol and a few local orders. The Scottsdale-based stun gun and body camera manufacturer (AAXN), which changed its name from Taser International Inc. in April, listed 40 different orders of more than 10,000 Taser X26P and Taser X2 weapons for U.S. and international police departments. The largest order was for 2,500 Taser X2s for the California Highway Patrol, followed by 1,000 X2s for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office in California.

  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Axon extends its free year trial of body cameras and evidence management to another country

    Scottsdale-based Axon Enterprise Inc. has extended its free cloud-based evidence management software and body camera trial program originally offered to U.S. police agencies now to Canadian police departments as well. The free offer is available to any interested agency for one year of Evidence.com usage, Axon body-worn cameras, training, and supporting hardware. “Axon has a secure, easy-to-use solution that helps reduce manual tasks, prevent data silos, and promote efficiency,” said Axon CEO and co-founder Rick Smith.

  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Digital Ally claims big win in patent dispute

    Lenexa-based Digital Ally Inc. claimed a big legal victory in a long-running patent dispute with the company formerly known as TASER International. The U.S. Patent Office on Thursday denied Axon Enterprise Inc.’s petition for a review of a key Digital Ally patent. Digital Ally, which manufactures vehicle and body-worn cameras and systems for law enforcement customers, sued TASER, now Axon, claiming the company had infringed on its patents.