Press Release

Mar 13, 2009

Integrity Engineering’s Zoggles™ electronic anti-fog/anti-ice technology wins international NASA Award

West Chester, PA – March 13, 2009 – Selected over thousands of entries submitted by accomplished Scientists and Engineers from over 50 nations, Zoggles™ was chosen by NASA as the winner of its Create the Future new technology competition for 2008 – 2009 in the Safety and Security category. Having over 300 applications, Zoggles™ is the world’s first completely electronic anti-fog/anti-ice technology. Weighing less than ¼ ounce, the Zoggles™ technology uses no moving parts, does not need the repetitive application of any sprays or wipes, and does not require user intervention or action to operate. Zoggles™ works equally well in hot or cold, wet or dry conditions, even under water.

Zoggles™ equipped extreme weather goggles were successfully tested on Mount Everest in -30° F 60 MPH wind conditions, becoming the first protective eyewear used during the ascent of Everest that did not fog or frost up.

For additional information about Zoggles™, please visit the Zoggles™ web page, or contact us at 610-692-7650.

About Integrity Engineering, Inc.

Founded in 1989, Integrity Engineering, Inc. is an engineering firm focused on developing new technologies and providing superior engineering design, analysis and educational services to corporations and universities nationwide. Including Zoggles™, Integrity Engineering has previously developed its SPARGE™ suite of innovative FEA Computational Fluid Dynamics modeling software for the Environmental Industry, resulting in the clean-up of soil and groundwater in hundreds of toxic waste and Brownfields sites across the United States. For more information, visit Integrity Engineering is headquartered in West Chester, PA, USA.