Sense Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNSCG), a manufacturer of a product that uses Doppler radar sensors mounted on the backs of automobiles that help detect potential obstacles and help with parking, has appointed Thomas Hale Boggs, junior partner of Washington D.C. law firm Patton Boggs LLC, to its board of directors.

The National Law Journal ranks Boggs as one of the top 100 lawyers in the United States, and he is the son of the late Hale Boggs, former majority leader of the U.S. House of Representatives.

One of Boggs’ noteworthy career achievements includes helping to design the $1.5 billion federal bailout of the Chrysler Corporation. He also is registered to lobby for more than 50 organizations.

Shares of Sense Technologies stock, which are tracked on the NASDAQ small cap index, ranged in price from 99 cents to $8.05 during the last 52 weeks and recently traded near $1.70.