Law Enforcement

Virtual Display

Stalker Radar

October 18, 2017 - Products

Stalker Radar's new Virtual Display is designed to enhance officer safety by integrating the radar's display interface into the center touchscreen consoles of 2017 Dodge and Ford vehicles. The radar is now fully controlled through steering-wheel-mounted buttons, eliminating the need for a handheld remote control. This keeps both of the officers' hands on the wheel and the dashboard clear to eliminate visual obstruction and lessen distraction.

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