WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549


                                    FORM 8-K

                                 CURRENT REPORT


       Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported) September 9, 2004

                           ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
             (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

             NEVADA                     0-27175                  95-4755369
 (State or other jurisdiction   (Commission File Number)       (IRS Employer
      of incorporation)                                     Identification No.)

                           716 Yarmouth Rd., Suite 215
                         Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274
               (Address of principal executive offices) (Zip Code)

                                 (310) 265-7776
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                                 Not Applicable
         (Former name or former address, if changed since last report)

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                         Enhanced Vision Market Factors

Advance  Technologies Inc. has received numerous inquiries in the last year with
regard to the Enhanced Vision market.  It is obvious that more information could
be helpful to our  shareholders.  Accordingly,  this paper has been  prepared to
shed additional  light on EVS and how those factors could affect our future.  It
does not provide any new  information,  it merely expands upon and  consolidates
information already available through public sources.

The initial EVS  certification  and the  production  was for aircraft  models in
production.  The launch  customer  offered  EVS as optional  equipment  to their
buyers.  The buyer  response  was so strong  that  within  6-9  months,  EVS was
incorporated into the baseline as standard equipment.

For the first year,  production  increased each quarter to maximum rate in early
2003. At this rate most of the units were  designated for retro-fit of delivered
aircraft.  These aircraft had been delivered prior to certification  without EVS
installed.  Once this backlog is  satisfied,  we expect unit sales to decline to
the base aircraft monthly production rate.

Early in 2003 the launch  customer  received  inquires from  previous  buyers of
older  models.  They  were  interested  in the  availability  of EVS  for  their
aircraft.  As a result of this interest,  the launch  customer  initiated an EVS
certification  effort for these earlier aircraft models. This effort resulted in
FAA  certifications  in late  2003 and  early  2004.  The  launch  customer  has
established a retro-fit program that combines the EVS retrofit modification with
normal  scheduled  maintenance.   This  strategy  makes  EVS  installation  more
affordable  and reduces the time  period  that the  aircraft is  out-of-service.
There has been no information released on booking or sales.

In late 2003 our licensee signed an agreement with a new customer. This event is
significant  for several  reasons.  The most obvious  effect is the new customer
will provide  additional sales.  Less obvious,  but equally  important,  is this
customer is the first end-user. He is not an aircraft OEM, but an owner-operator
of a fleet of aircraft.  The largest  market  envisioned for EVS is the end-user
operator.  An FAA Flight  Operations  Rule change for EVS was adopted early 2004
making certification easier for EVS. And lastly, the completion of this contract
will add four new  aircraft  type/models  to the list of FAA  Supplemental  Type
Certifications (STC) approved for EVS.

These factors as well as others will affect our future sales and  royalties.  We
cannot  predict  or  project  with any  degree of  accuracy  the size of our EVS
market.  At the end of June 2004,  we were within 16 units of meeting the second
level of royalties specified in our agreement.

The competitive nature of commercial aviation industry limits access to reliable
information.  Our licensee and launch customer release very little  information.
Advanced Technologies recommends that interested parties periodically review the
websites of Kollsman.com and  Gulfstream.com  for the most current  information.
Lack of data clouds  future  events.  When data is  available,  the  information
should be used with caution. We hope this discussion provides additional insight
into the EVS market and some of the market factors Advanced  Technologies cannot
guarantee future events due to factors and conditions beyond our control.


         Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934,
the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

Dated:  September 9, 2004                    ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

                                             By: /s/ GARY E. BALL
                                                 Gary E. Ball
                                                 President and Director