Fast. Accurate. Impairment Detection.
The Visulyzer tests an individuals ability to drive, work, or function after drinking alcohol, while taking any kind of drugs, or after a traumatic physical injury.
When an ambulance or EMT team rolls up on an accident or health emergency, they want every tool available to gather information and make the best evaluation and fast decisions possible under difficult conditions. The Visulyzer will help test for neurological dysfunction with immediate results.
Because every individual's tolerance to pot is different, each set of circumstances is unique. It also makes establishing metabolite quantification standards nearly impossible.
The Visulyzer's real-time detection of impairment from marijuana promotes responsible use and ensures fair treatment under the law.
Omiga's Visulyzer addresses the critical need for accurate and effective protocols and procedures for impairment detection with wide-ranging applicability for public and work-site safety, law enforcement, and individual rights.
The effects of current drug testing protocols identify past use to eliminate qualified candidates. The effect on the economy is enormous.View Article
How does an attorney successfully refute DUI accusations? This video by a DUI attorney discusses how he decimates police procedures. The Visulyzer eliminates the documentary and procedural arguments prosecutors face.View Video
This NPR article discusses traffic deaths due to drugs and alcohol and the difficulties law enforcement faces in establishing impairment in causation.View Article
An Atlanta news team tells the story of how trained police officers used their own conclusions and training to charge innocent drivers with driving under the influence of marijuana, and the great lengths the drivers had to go to clear their names.View Story and Video
This Business Insider article focuses on how current drug testing focuses on the wrong problems at great economic and personal expense.View Article
AAA study finds no evidence from the data collected, particularly from the subjects assessed through the DRE exam, that any objective threshold exists that established impairment, based on THC concentrations measured in specimens collected from cannabis-positive subjects placed under arrest for impaired driving.View Article
The San Diego Tribune documents the legal and practical hurdles of the tools currently being tried in their city.View Article
NPR documents the problems scientists and police face in evaluating marijuana impaired drivers, and the roadblocks to arriving at a solution.View Article
A study published by National Workrights Institute on the whether impairment testing works and the real-world effects on the companies and employees.View Article
Please note that none of the stories linked in this section endorse Omiga or the Visulyzer, nor are any implications of endorsement by any individual, company, or source are intended. These links are meant to inform readers about the issues surrounding the current issues surrounding impairment and drug testing.