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January 3, 2021

Join Smart Eye at virtual CES 2022

Smart Eye has decided to not participate in CES 2022 in person. Given the pandemic surges around the world, we do not want to put the health and well being of our employees, clients and partners at risk.

We do want to start off the new year by showcasing the latest and greatest innovations in our technology, including our Driver Monitoring System, our Interior Sensing AI, powered by Affectiva, and AIS, our new product for fleet and aftermarket.

During the week of CES and beyond, we will deliver an awesome virtual experience that will include remote live demos by our technical experts and new content and videos of our automotive technology.

If you are interested in learning more, contact us to schedule a meeting!

To find out more about our CES presence:

December 14, 2020

Smart Eye Field Tests The New AIS Aftermarket Product - Raising Haulage Industry Safety Standards

Smart Eye, a leading developer of AI-powered Driver Monitoring Technology, is preparing for the launch of their new aftermarket DMS system by conducting field tests with haulage company Ernsts Express. Based on the test results, Smart Eye expects to gain valuable insights on how to raise the safety standards for the automotive aftermarket.

Read more here.

To find out more about the field tests and see test driver Jonas Hedh try out Smart Eye’s new product, visit here.

December 10, 2020

Introducing Smart Eye Pro 9.1

Since its launch, Smart Eye Pro has helped researchers see beyond their previous limitations. As accurate as it is versatile, the Smart Eye Pro has been the ultimate research partner for car and flight simulators, vehicle studies, multi-screen or control room environments, long-range tracking, mobiles, tablets and single screens around the world.

Now, the world’s most advanced remote eye tracking system is able to see even further. As of today, we are proud to introduce new Smart Eye Pro 9.1.

Smart Eye Pro 9.1 takes the great accuracy and large visual field of the original model and combines it with an increased flexibility. The multi-camera system allows 360-degree head and eye tracking in any lighting conditions, even when large parts of the face is covered.

If there’s anything this year has taught us, it’s the importance of versatility in our research instruments. Covid-19 has not only affected our daily lives, it has also forced us to adjust the way we do research, whether this means switching up locations or wearing a face mask. With this in mind, we have developed Smart Eye Pro 9.1 as a system that adapts to you and your research – not the other way around.

Watch as our sales engineer Sebastian Johansson demonstrates the new functions of Smart Eye Pro 9.1 in the video below.

The new features of
Smart Eye Pro 9.1 include:

  • Very accurate head and eye tracking, even when the subject is wearing a face mask or some other object that partly covers the face
  • Effective in situations where helmets and oxygen masks cover most of the face, which are common for many of our aviation customers
  • Allows you to set a world coordinate system to an anchor point in the real world, reducing the need to have a mount for the chess board to reproduce original world coordinate systems
  • Synchronizes multiple systems in order to use the same point of origin for the world coordinate system, making it possible for multiple systems to use the same world model and that the output data is synchronized in both time and space


Get in touch.

Want to know more about how Smart Eye Pro 9.1 work?
Get in touch, and we’ll be happy to set up a live demonstration.

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December 7, 2020

Smart Eye at Erik Penser bank

Watch CFO Anders Lyrheden present Smart Eye at Erik Penser Bank last week.

Watch the full video here.

November 24, 2020

Webinar: How Eye Tracking Benefits Automotive HMI Research and Development

Are you curious about how automotive HMI research and development can take the next step towards seamless human-machine interaction?

Then be sure to mark December 3rd 2020, 6PM CET in your calendar.

In this live webinar, Robert Wesley (Smart Eye Sales Director), Aaron Galbraith (Smart Eye Sales Engineer) and Nam Nguyen (iMotions Neuroscience Product Specialist) will explain how tracking someone’s eye and head movements provide automotive engineers, researchers and scientists with an edge while facing future R&D challenges.

Read more and sign up here.