Flight safety and eye tracking
Eye tracking technology, used along with simulator training, could identify problems with pilots’ instrument scans and help them correct their techniques for future flights. Not only will pilot training benefit from technology that lets instructors track the gaze of the pilot in real time, but the data can also be saved and analyzed after the simulation session.
Smart Eye working with the US Navy Flight Simulator “The Kraken”
This customer testimonial was created in collaboration with Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton and Smart Eye. This customer testimonial aims to explain how the Smart Eye Pro systems are used in the US Navy motion simulator “The Kraken”.
At the Forefront of Human Centered Automation within Aviation and Sea
This case describes a flight simulator research project called Reskill, which was created in collaboration with the Swedish eye tracking company Smart Eye, Sweden LFV (Luftfartsverket) and Linköpings University.
Smart Eye Pro in a Helicopter Simulator
Smart Eye Pro is used for estimating the current activity and workload of helicopter crews, based on gaze movement. The study group has deployed the Smart Eye Pro system in a helicopter mission simulator. Two eye tracking systems are synchronized and used to cover the head orientation and gaze direction of two pilots simultaneously.