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KEA and Partners Featured on Advancements TV
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Our CEO, Dr. Bud Zaouk, is featured alongside our partners DADSS and the Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety, Inc. in this piece from Advancements TV, hosted by Ted Danson. Advancement is a television series featuring state-of-the-art solutions that are transforming our world through technology and innovation.

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Cushman & Wakefield Facilitates New Lease at One Monarch Drive Office and R&D Building in Littleton, MA
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Boston Real Estate Times covered Cushman & Wakefield's announcement that the real estate services firm has facilitated a new lease with KEA Technologies located at One Monarch Dr. in Littleton, Massachusetts. KEA Technologies will occupy 20,364 square feet (sf) at the building for the next six years.

DADSS Progress Featured on CBS Morning News
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We are proud to be a key partner on this initiative to eradicate drunk driving. Learn more about the innovative technology from DADSS in this CBS Morning News piece.

5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Began Leading My Company
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You don’t start a company because you’re thinking about setting an example but it’s a huge part of the experience. Through my own tenacity, risk taking, and courage, I am cultivating an entrepreneurial spirit within my kids. The pride they show when they talk about what I’ve accomplished keeps me going and it’s clear I have inspired them.

AV VS. DUI: Autonomous Vehicles Offer New Promise for Combating Drunk Driving
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Despite deaths from cell phones and other tech distractions, a huge percentage of the carnage on America’s roads is still due to drinking and driving. Out of the 37,461 people killed on the roads in 2016, 10,497 people—nearly 30 percent—died because they were, or someone else was, drunk. An innovative way is emerging to cut that death toll, and it highlights the burgeoning issues of regulating autonomous vehicle (AV) technology.

WTOP: Program Explores Tech To Keep Drunken Drivers Off The Road
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WASHINGTON — This year’s D.C. auto show included a lot of emphasis on autonomous technology meant to keep you safer on the road.

But what if there was technology that could keep drunken drivers from ever getting on the road to begin with?

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