Press releases

Press Releases

KEA Technologies Announces Crashworthiness Project with the Federal Railroad Administration
Press Release

KEA Technologies (KEA), a provider of independent testing services, product development, and engineering solutions, announced today a new contract with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). KEA has been a partner to FRA across many projects since 2015.

Learn More
Bill Bentley Joins KEA Technologies as Director of Engineering
Press Release

KEA Technologies, a provider of independent testing services, product development, and engineering solutions, announced today that Bill Bentley has joined its team as Director of Engineering. Bentley brings over 25 years of experience in the development of machinery and electro-mechanical safety products from concept through launch for various markets and will help KEA to continue to exceed customer expectations in product development, testing, and R&D.

KEA Technologies Expands Independent Testing Capabilities for U.S. Breathalyzer Manufacturers
Press Release

Marlborough, MA – November 17, 2020 - KEA Technologies, a provider of independent testing services, product development, and engineering solutions, announced today its additional ISO/IEC 17025:2017 testing accreditations for Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Devices (BAIIDs) and a new project with Smart Start, a worldwide manufacturer of ignition interlock devices since 1992.

DADSS Research Program Update
Press Release

The Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety Program – a joint effort of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety – has been developing unique, in-vehicle alcohol detection systems to more effectively address the problem of alcohol-impaired driving. These technologies, both breath-and touch-based, are intended to be seamless with the driving task, non-intrusive, accurate, fast, reliable, durable, and require little or no maintenance.

DADSS Research Program at the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles Technical Conference
Press Release

In early June, the DADSS Research Program participated in the 26th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

This bi-annual conference, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), is designed to share innovative advances in motor vehicle safety and encourage international cooperation among the global community.

Follow Us On Social Media: