OCIGO APP : Switch on the automatic geolocation!

The OCIGO application, available for Android and IOS, introduces its new feature: the automatic geolocation.

OCIGO APP : Prediction of a return below the legal limit and to zero

La fonctionnalité la plus intéressante de l’application est celle qui prédit le retour du taux en dessous du taux légal et le retour à zéro. Sur quels principes l’application se base-t-elle pour fournir de telles informations ? Nous allons vous expliquer cela dans notre article.

OCIGO: The precision and reliability of law enforcement evidential breathalyzer tests in your hands

Forts de six années de Recherches et Développement, nos éthylotests électroniques OCIGO, fiables et précis, sont désormais disponibles pour tous. En France, il existe deux normes métrologiques qui attestent de la conformité des éthylotests électroniques et qui permettent à leurs fabricants de les vendre sur le territoire français : la norme NF EN 16280* et la norme NF EN 15964*.

OCIGO’S 5 FEATURES: taking your breathalyzer experience to a whole NEW and PERSONALIZED level

The second generation of OCIGO is finally here and has been conceived by europeans for europeans. From Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain, to Austria and Sweden... OCIGO is ready to serve you in 30 European countries. Whether you are on a road trip crossing many borders along the way, out with friends in your hometown or on a business trip, OCIGO will easily and quickly adapt to the applicable legislation enforced in whichever country you are in. Take the guess work out of your decision making and let OCIGO tell you in just 5 seconds if you can safely take the wheel again.

BAC VS BrAC: what is the difference?

BAC stands for Blood Alcohol Concentration and BrAC for Breath Alcohol Concentration BAC results are obtained by taking a blood sample while BrAC results are obtained by taking a breath sample.


Infrared spectroscopy detection relies on an in-depth electronic analysis of the scope of a beam of infrared radiation passing through a breath sample to find the Alcohol concentration by identifying molecules based on how they absorb light. Using this technique, Spectrometers are able to measure the amount of alcohol present in the breath and display the results.