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Worldwide sales licensing agreement for eye tracking system.

AcuNetx : 06 November, 2007  (Company News)
License agreement enables VisioNetx to distribute the HawkEye eye tracking and behavioural analysis system for drivers.
AcuNetx has successfully completed a licensing agreement with its majority-owned subsidiary, VisioNetx. The agreement will permit the company to manufacture, market and distribute the HawkEye video system to law enforcement agencies throughout the world.

Ron Waldorf, CEO of AcuNetx, and the co-inventor of the HawkEye product, stated: "Both companies stand to benefit from this agreement. AcuNetx will see revenues climb as demand for the product grows and VisioNetx will be able to use its resources to better advantage and concentrate solely on the sale and marketing of its worker impairment screening products."

HawkEye is the first product geared for gathering data related to the "eye signs" of individuals suspected of driving under the influence. HawkEye is currently being used both as a training tool as well as an evidence-gathering system. In the later instances it is being employed by officers in the field to gather data related to the behavior of drivers suspected of being under the influence (DUI) as part of the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST) and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) protocols.

According to Waldorf, "More and more agencies are using the HawkEye in connection with the training of field personnel and evaluation of drivers suspected of being under the influence. In the not too distant future we see this product being used in the more than 500,000 police cars that cruise our nation's highways. The impact on the public's safety will be significant."
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