Hi, this is Tim Jorgensen in Product Development with Innocorp Ltd. Sometimes we get the question- Are Fatal Vision® Goggle products Evidence-based? The simple answer is yes, the Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Goggles is evidence-based. There have been at least four studies and one White Paper looking at the effects of the Fatal Vision Impairment […]
Hi, this is Deb Kusmec, Chief Operating Officer of Innocorp, Ltd. During a planning meeting, a facilitator asked everyone at Innocorp what we do. We all gave a version of the same answer “we save lives.” That was a compelling answer. Do you know what’s even more powerful? Innocorp’s WHY. Why do we create […]
Hello, I am Jamie Stebbeds with Innocorp, Ltd., makers of the Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Goggles. We sometimes hear the comment from customers that, “their students or participants have too much fun with the goggles.” I asked an educator for her reaction to those comments, and her feedback was enlightening. “laughter,” she said, “can […]
In her role as chief operating officer of Innocorp, ltd., Deb Kusmec says the greatest compliment she ever received was from the company’s attorney. He told her he had observed that Innocorp “always did the right thing because it was the right thing to do,” not because of money or fame. He appreciated that philosophy and enjoyed working with people who had such noble intentions. “Everybody in this company behaves that way,” says Deb. “We like what we do, we love our customers, and we work hard.”
Verona, WI-based Innocorp, ltd. was named the Greater Madison Most Innovative Company at the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce’s Nex7 Stage Event on Monday, Nov. 13 at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.
It was 24 years ago, but Michael Aguilar remembers the scene like it was yesterday — emergency vehicles with lights flashing, neighbors watching, and silence. He had just come home from a business meeting to find that a drunk driver had veered off the road into the yard where his 5-year-old son and a friend were playing. The car narrowly missed his son David, but David’s friend was seriously injured. He would make a full recovery, but not before spending a week in the hospital receiving treatment. The driver was another neighbor — an alcoholic who spent some time in jail after the incident. Right away, Michael put a sign in his yard aimed at the neighbor: “If you drink, don’t drive. Get help instead.”
Verona, Wisconsin… Innocorp, Ltd. is seeking schools willing to participate in a study this spring evaluating the impact of using the Fatal Vision® Marijuana goggles in a program highlighting the dangers of marijuana use and driving. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of using the marijuana goggles in changing beliefs that driving under the influence of marijuana is of little risk and fostering behavioral intentions toward sober driving.
Verona WI based Innocorp, Ltd. began it success story in May of 1996 after a harrowing family experience with an impaired driver. Starting with product being built on a dining room table, 20 years later Innocorp has grown to become a recognized leader in the development of impaired driving awareness and prevention tools and campaigns used by safety professionals and educators in more than 90 countries.
Verona, Wisconsin…Innocorp, the maker of the Fatal Vision® Marijuana Simulation Experience, will travel to Washington, DC on May 1st to participate in the kick-off event for Global Youth Traffic Safety Month at the National Collegiate Preparatory Public Charter High School. The event is being coordinated by the National Organizations For Youth Safety (NOYS).
Verona, Wisconsin…Innocorp, the maker of the Fatal Vision® Alcohol Impairment Simulation Goggles, launches their next safety education product, the Fatal Vision® Marijuana Simulation Experience, this month.