- Are you fit to drive, operate machinery, or make critical decisions?
- Are you impaired due to illness, chronic medical condition, prescription medicines, or fatigue?
- Do you treat your chronic pain with medical marijuana and would like to better regulate your dosage?
- Are you getting ill but have no obvious symptoms?
- Are you impaired due to injury, like concussion?
- How well are you recovering from illness or injury?
The DRUID app allows you to assess the level, if any, of your cognitive and motor impairment – as well as your recovery over time from such impairment – due to any cause, including marijuana, alcohol, opioids, other drugs, prescription medicines, fatigue, illness, chronic medical condition, or injury.
Results in 3 minutes
Tests any cause of impairment
Runs on any Andriod or iOS Mobile Devices
Calibrated to blood alcohol levels
Much lower cost than current tests
Critical Self Knowledge
Drug tests check for drugs. Alcohol tests check for alcohol. But impairment may have many causes. Most cannot be determined with multiple tests. Marijuana, for instance, remains in your system for at least three weeks and for virtually all of that time has no impairing effect. A test for its presence is not useful. Impairment due to fatigue, illness, or concussion are not detectable with a drug test. DRUID tests for impairment, regardless of cause. It offers, in real time, performance scores relative to the ability to safely operate a vehicle. It is calibrated against the Standard Field Sobriety Test. It ensures individual, workplace and public safety.
How It Works
The accuracy and sensitivity of the DRUID app was confirmed by extensive research at Johns Hopkins Medical School, funded by a grant from the U.S. National Institute for Health. The app was initially developed to be used as a tool to assess whether an individual possessed the minimum cognitive and motor capabilities required to drive a vehicle. These are:
- Reaction times
- Performance of tasks while distracted
To test these capabilities, DRUID requires users to take a test comprised of four separate tasks.