AIRMIKA, INC., is located North Carolina with an office in Southern Pines and warehouse in Aberdeen. We began twenty years ago in 1997,  as Click, Inc., and re-started in December 2010 as AIRMIKA, Inc., to enhance two rapidly growing technology spaces: Motor Vehicle Event Data Recorders (MVEDRs) and the Connector Lockout Apparatus for the MVEDR.

We have two decades of high-level Washington experience working with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the National Academies of Sciences (NAS), The Transportation Research Board (TRB), the Government Accounting Office (GAO) and the U.S. Congress.

Our focus is providing cyber security to electronic-intensive automotive networks and thus offering consumer protection for millions of owners and lessees of passenger cars and light trucks. We hold several U.S. and international patents and have more patents pending.

Our products are assembled, packaged and distributed nationwide from North Carolina. You can contact us by clicking on the BUY NOW button. You will find a contact us form, and we will respond within 24 hrs.

Founder and president of AIRMIKA, INC., Tom Kowalick is widely recognized as a global expert on EDR technologies. He has been in the center of the international debate over the use of event data recorder (EDR) black box technologies for more than twenty years.  He is the author of FATAL EXIT: The Automotive Black Box Debate (Wiley) and six other books covering EDR standardization, legislation and regulation. He was a member of the NHTSA EDR workings groups, helped create the NHTSA EDR research web site and was a panel member on the National Academies project for EDRs. He presented testimony to the National Academies study The Safety Promise and Challenge of Automotive Electronics and served as an expert witness for the Congressional Research Service (CRS) and Government Accounting Office (GAO).  He is Chair of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics (IEEE) Global Standards for Motor Vehicle Event Data Recorders (EDRs) IEEE-1616 and IEEE-1616a.

He provides background information to major media outlets such as CNN, PBS, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX News, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR), New York Times, Los Angles Times, Toronto Star, San Francisco Chronicle, Detroit News, Baltimore Sun, Washington Post, Las Vegas Review-Journal, Philadelphia Inquirer, Charleston Post, Electronic Times, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek and Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Forbes, TIME, San Diego Union-Tribune, KDKA Pittsburgh, ABC 20/20, USA Today, WIRED and CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360.  Kowalick is a blogger at The Institute a publication of the Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).



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