EyeDetect, a new lie detection test that monitors eye behavior, is now available in Arabic and can help protect countries from terrorists, says officials from Utah-based technology start-up Converus. The company created the Arabic version to serve the needs of the U.S. federal government, which employs foreign nationals in many ... Read More
An article in the March 2016 Journal of the American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP) examines how the outcome confidence in testing reaches as high as 99 percent when the world’s top two lie detection technologies, the polygraph and EyeDetect by Converus, are both used to test the credibility of ... Read More
To refute research data from the Spanish National Consumer Institute showing mechanic shops are the fifth most complained about sector annually, Midas launched a public awareness campaign, “The Eyes Don’t Lie.” In the campaign, Midas challenges its repair shop professionals to undergo a revolutionary lie detection test called “EyeDetect,” ... Read More
Building on its 2015 success that included adding 116 new customers, technology start-up Converus is planning for exponential growth of its lie detection product EyeDetect in 2016. Numerous product enhancements, potential customers already in the pipeline, and potential approval from the National Center for Credibility Assessment to sell the technology ... Read More
EyeDetect, a new lie detection technology by Lehi-based Converus, is one of the 16 innovations named a finalist in the 14th annual Utah Innovation Awards, presented by Stoel Rives LLP and the Utah Technology Council. Product category winners will be announced, while finalists and honorable mention recipients will be honored, ... Read More
A new peer-reviewed study of Converus’ EyeDetect lie detection technology shows its ocular-motor test (ODT) for deception to be 85 percent accurate and concludes that accuracy is the same with English and Spanish speaking participants. The article, “Generalizability of an Ocular-Motor Test for Deception to a Mexican Population,” published in ... Read More
To support its growth, tech startup Converus has created a technical advisory board comprised of three credibility assessment experts: Don Krapohl, Dr. Charles Honts and Mark Handler. Each has substantial experience in their respective fields. Converus Technical Advisory Board Members will serve for one year, after which the term may ... Read More
Global Data Fusion, LLC (GDF), a Lafayette-based background screening company, is bringing the world’s first ocular-motor based lie detection technology to Louisiana. The technology, called EyeDetect, uses an infrared eye tracker to monitor involuntary eye behavior — such as pupil dilation, blink rate and fixations — to detect deception in ... Read More
Lafayette Instrument Company (LIC), the world’s largest manufacturer of polygraph instruments recently signed an exclusive agreement as a Converus Premiere Service Partner, making it the only polygraph manufacturer authorized to sell EyeDetect — the world’s first ocular-motor based lie detection technology.
It didn’t take long for Pat Roche and Donnie Dutton, two polygraph examiner experts with long careers working for the U.S. government in various capacities, to see the potential impact EyeDetect could have on the lie detection industry. After forming their Virginia-based Capital Center for Credibility Assessment (C3A) Corporation in ... Read More
Converus (“with truth”) is committed to providing trustworthy, technological solutions for deception detection. EyeDetect is an alternative technology for deception detection that is accurate, cost-effective, efficient, secure and nonintrusive. It allows businesses to manage risk and ensure workplace integrity, and assists law enforcement agencies and governments to detect deception.