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Research based technology

Our software analyzes over 100 scientifically proven facial indicators of intoxication, enabling fast, accurate, and non-intrusive testing.


The versatile software runs on iOS, Android, embedded Linux, and automotive control units, supporting both IR and RGB cameras. This ensures seamless integration through various operational environments, empowering our partners with a comprehensive solution for intoxication detection anywhere.


Using machine learning, we analyze facial features based on peer-reviewed scientific research. We prioritize privacy, converting facial data into abstract models without the ability to identify individuals. After assessment, all data are promptly deleted, ensuring end-user privacy without retaining audio or video records.

Industry leading 
data collection

Backed by extensive research and industry leading data collection, our technology has a unique edge. Find out how this can help your business become a better and safer employer and provider of solutions to your customers.

The future of intoxication detection

Sightic mobile solution transforms your iPhone or Android into a sophisticated intoxication detection tool with our innovative self-test app. In just 20 seconds, our advanced algorithms analyze biometric indicators such as facial expressions, eye openness, and more, providing reliable assessments in real-time, anywhere. Our model, rooted in neuroscientific Swedish research, delivers highly accurate assessments, securely processed for utmost privacy.

Sightic automotive solution prioritizes driver safety using cameras to capture gaze direction, pupil size, and head orientation. Processed through an in-vehicle intoxication model based on time series analysis and machine learning, it assesses the driver's state. Integrated with existing Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS), it ensures data privacy, operating entirely within the vehicle.

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Negative impacts of intoxication


According to a report from the European Medicines Agency (EMCDDA), alcohol and drugs is estimated to cause about 30% of all traffic fatalities in Europe.


25% of all fatal accidents in workplaces in Europe are due to alcohol or drug abuse. The number of drug tests performed at workplaces has more than quadrupled from 2013 to 2020 in Sweden.


There is an ongoing decriminalization of cannabis around the world. This requires new drug tests that detect ongoing intoxication to assess drive- and workability.


In more than 50% of all serious e-scooter accidents in Sweden, the driver was intoxicated by alcohol.

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