Auburn University was recently issued the patent for “Dynamic Canine Tracking Method for Hazardous and Illicit Substances” – better known as its Vapor Wake® technology – which has been licensed to the Auburn Research and Technology Foundation, or ARTF. Read the entire article here. PHOTO: Auburn University
The New York Times explores the intricacies of the research and training being done by the Canine Performance Sciences Program at Auburn University. Read the entire article here. PHOTO: Bryan Meltz for The New York Times
Vapor Wake Dogs: Keeping GEOINT 2015 Safe from Trajectory On Location on Vimeo. Our Vapor Wake® K9s worked around the clock to keep GEOINT 2015 attendees in Washington, D.C., safe. Learn more about the symposium here.
Calhoun County Schools introduce their Vapor Wake® detection canine at Ohatchee High School. The canine, named Hoss, gives the schools a distinct advantage when it comes to protecting students, teachers, and school staff. Read more at TV24.
Vapor Wake® technology becomes the first K9 capability to successfully attain a lab-tested designation by the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4). Read the assessment here.