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Police innovation award for eye tracker.

AcuNetx : 08 November, 2007  (New Product)
HawkEye inebriation detection system from AcuNetx gains American law enforcement award for innovation.
AcuNetx has announced that its HawkEye law enforcement video eye tracking system, has been singled out by Cygnus Law Enforcement Group, publishers of Officer.com, as one of the most innovative law enforcement training tools of the year and awarded a prestigious 2007 Innovation Award.

Ron Waldorf, CEO of AcuNetx and co-inventor of the HawkEye stated, "We are very proud to have received this award, particularly in light of the fact that the HawkEye was just one of hundreds of products considered by a panel of judges drawn from the law enforcement community itself."

Waldorf went on to observe, "The Hawkeye's role in making the nation's highways safer is being proven in training situations and field applications day-in and day-out. As video evidence of the 'eye signs' of DUI suspects becomes more widely accepted in prosecutorial circles, demand for the product can only be expected to grow. In fact, the first Internet Video Portal for the posting and viewing of 'eyes under the influence' is now available at the AcuNetx web site."

HawkEye is the first product designed for the observation and documentation of "eye signs" gathered by law enforcement officers in the course of testing motorist (Standardised Field Sobriety Test - SFST) who are suspected of being 'under the influence.' The SFST, together with other tests performed by Drug Recognition Experts, are used to establish DUI impairment and "probable cause," and may be used as evidence in a court of law.
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