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BDIC Unveils New Products/ Expands into Home Offender & Law Enforcement Monitoring Market


LOS ANGELES, Nov. 01, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- (OTCQB:BDIC) Blow & Drive Interlock Corp (BDIC) based in Los Angeles, California has just announced its newest products to hit the market in Early 2018. There was plenty of excitement during the unveiling and demonstration of BDIC's Home Alcohol Monitoring Device. The Handheld device with a camera and GPS/WIFI & live streaming allows those in Judicial and Probation departments to monitor offenders who are required to stay sober from alcohol while on probation.

Traditionally, courts use probation to offer a criminal offender conditional relief from a potential jail sentence. If the offender meets regularly with a probation officer and complies with court-mandated benchmarks of good behavior for a fixed period of time, they escape a harsher sentence the court would otherwise impose. Courts in some US states charge offenders fees to help defray the costs of running a probation service. This is called "offender-funded" probation.

State & Local officials turn to criminal offender monitoring companies like BDIC because they are facing genuine financial hardship. With BDIC's new home alcohol monitoring system, BDIC can offer courts, counties, and municipalities criminal offender monitoring services without asking for a single dime of public revenue. In return BDIC has the right to collect fees from the probationers it supervises.

The second amazing new product BDIC unveiled today was its 4G LTE Live-Streaming Video Body Worn Camera for Law Enforcement.

Most body cameras are their own standalone device. They can record police interactions from a 12-hour shift, typically, onto an internal storage device that an officer carries around on their uniform. At the end of a shift, they go back to headquarters to upload the data.

There's one major disadvantage to this uploading setup. If some significant police interaction is going on, such as a deadly hostage scenario, the police supervisors calling shots at headquarters are basically flying blind. Officers on the scene can report what they're seeing, but those body cameras aren't really doing anything to help the situation at hand.

But now with BDIC's 4G LTE Live-Streaming Video Body Worn Camera, Law Enforcement Personnel on the scene can transmit a live feed from their body cameras to headquarters allowing police decision makers access to real time information about what each officer is seeing.

This innovative body-camera streaming system transmits live video, audio, and GPS location in real time, day or night, to a police command or dispatch center, while simultaneously recording and retaining video in the camera itself. BDIC's new Body Worn Camera has the benefit of increasing the safety of police officers in the line of duty by giving headquarters real-time situation awareness and the ability to make immediate critical assessments and decisions to aid officers in the field

The body camera weighs about 210g and provides up to 32 GB of memory & 5-megapixel recording. It also offers infrared technology for night recording, multiple resolution settings, pre-and post-recording capabilities, and many additional features to aid officers in obtaining high quality video recording.

Both products are expected to be available in early 2018 and will be added to BDIC's already successful line of BDI-747 Alcohol Ignition Interlock Devices for monitoring DUI/DWI offenders in their vehicles.

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About BDIC

Blow & Drive Interlock Corp (BDIC) based in Los Angeles, California, is a publicly traded company that manufactures, distributes and leases its' Ignition Interlock Device Model# BDI-747 in multiple States.

The BDI-747 is a state of the art ignition interlock device approximately the size of a smartphone. The ignition interlock device requires the driver to exhale into the device prior to starting the vehicle. This prevents the vehicle from starting if the driver's blood-alcohol content exceeds a predetermined set level. Interlocks may be required for use by DUI or DWI ("driving under the influence" or "driving while intoxicated") offenders as part of their mandatory court or motor vehicle department program.

The individual subject to the court or motor vehicle order pays for the installation/removal and monthly lease of the ignition interlock device. The Company provides monitoring of the device at predetermined intervals according to state guidelines. Data is collected and made available to the appropriate authorities for review. The data shows all breath tests performed and/or missed tests as well as any attempt to bypass or circumvent the system.


This report may contain certain forward-looking statements and information. This material contains statements about expected future events and/or financial results that are forward-looking in nature and subject to risks and uncertainties. Such forward-looking statements by definition involve risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of mentioned company to be materially different from the statements made herein.

Laurence Wainer

Chief Executive Officer

5503 Cahuenga Blvd., #203 Los Angeles, CA 91601

877 238-4492

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