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KEA Technologies Awarded Federal Highway Administration Technical Support Services Contract
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KEA Technologies has been chosen by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Safety Research & Development (R&D) to provide a Multiple-Award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) for Technical Support Services for the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Office of Safety Research and Development. KEA will apply its vast engineering and scientific experience to analyze traffic crashes: why they occur, key factors that lead to varying levels of crash severity and provide an understanding of what leads to different levels of injury outcomes. The agreement is a five-year contract.

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NBC Interviews Dr. Bud Zaouk on "Groundbreaking Anti-Drunk Driving Technology"
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Our CEO Dr. Bud Zaouk was interviewed by NBC News about our work on non-invasive alcohol detection technology and sensors for the vehicles of the future.

KEA Accredited to European Standard EN 50980-1

We are proud to announce that we have added to our scope of accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025:2017. We are now accredited to European Standard EN 50980-1

“Remote alcohol monitoring devices - Test methods and performance requirements - Part 1: Instruments for assessment programmes”

Bloomberg's Bay State Business Interviews KEA CEO
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Dr. Bud Zaouk, Founder and CEO of KEA, is interviewed on Bloomberg.

National Passenger Safety Week Kicks off January 23

We are proud to be a partner in the National Passenger Safety Week with We Save Lives and The National Road Safety Foundation.

KEA Technologies Announces New Testing Accreditation
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KEA Technologies (KEA), a provider of independent testing services, product development, and engineering solutions, announced today that it is now accredited to test breath alcohol sensors against the SAE J3214 standard. This standard establishes the performance specifications for a zero-tolerance breath alcohol detection system, to reduce the risks of driving under the influence of alcohol.

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