Attention sensing provides clarity on...

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How the trainee prioritizes the environment

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Which habits are being developed and can be improved

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What the trainee overlooks

Training simulators are often limited by an inability to measure a key element of driver performance: Attention. Mistakes in the training simulator can mean the difference between a passed and failed examination, but in the real world have serious safety consequences.

Bulky headgear, poor calibration and heavy investments often prevents eye tracking from being adopted by training system manufacturers.

We’ve taken a different approach by removing the need for headgear with our eye tracking software that doesn’t require calibration, and uses a low-cost, consumer grade 3D camera as the sensor.

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A Discreet Sensor

Simulate a natural environment with a low profile 3D camera.

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Automatic Calibration

Save time by automatically calibrating a new participant.

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Live Data

Use our API to integrate with other software & monitor trainess in real time.

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Low-light Compatibility

Track under any lighting condition (0 to 100klux).

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No Headgear

By using remote sensors, Gazesense avoids the need for intrusive headgear.

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Affordability

Avoid an investment in expensive headgear & implement software that is much more affordable than comparable solutions.

Simple Setup

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    Position 3D camera inside the cabin
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    Connect camera to computer
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    Download GazeSense
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    Designate 3D objects in GazeSense with reference to the camera
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    Start streaming live attention data

Attention Data Improving

Driver Training Performance
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    Compare experienced vs novice habits (speedometer vs situational awareness)
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    Compare experienced vs novice habits (speedometer vs situational awareness)
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    Mirror, speed and visual checks

When fast moving obstacles enter the path of the driver, checking mirrors before changing lanes or other visual checks before changing gears are vital pieces of information eye-tracking can provide.

As a result the quality of training is improved, the time of training is expedited and safety habits are formed before the driver enters a real world scenario.

In such cases, data can be analyzed in an after action report and compared to the habits of seasoned drivers. Additionally, live attention data can be delivered to the instructor to give instant feedback; in turn, psychological habits are rewarded or corrected instantly.

Gazesense is an eye tracking software that uses consumer grade 3d cameras as a non-intrusive measure which avoids the need for trainers or training simulator manufacturers to use bulky headgear.

Accelerate Pilot Training by Monitoring

in Flight Simulator Experiences
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    Observe visual attention during safety checks.
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    Understand the trainee’s response to critical events
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    Allows the trainer to observe the pilot’s gaze in real time
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    Correct poor habits as they occur
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    Ensure pilots are looking at the right things, at the right time, in the right order

In the aviation industry, a 3D eye tracking cockpit setup enables engineers, flight school trainers, and future pilots to work together towards obtaining the safest flying experience possible.

To address the challenges aviation professionals encounter in flight simulators, we built a software solution that uses 3D eye tracking technology to generate intention, interest, and attention metrics.

The eye tracking data obtained from analyzing gaze patterns provides powerful insights that can be used to improve pilot performance as well as the effectiveness of training programs.

Control Room Operator Training

and Air Traffic Control
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    Benchmark the progression of trainees against experienced operators
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    View prioritization of information panels & gauges
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    Ensure correct visual checks are made before an action is taken

In emergency situations, one of the key differences between a new operator and operator with 40+ years of experience is focus; what monitors were checked first, how long did it take for the operator to understand a monitor and take action and which monitors are overlooked.

These measures are invaluable to the efficiency and high standard training that is demanded from Air Traffic Control and Command Centers. Thanks to the remote monitoring feature, the trainer won’t be limited by their position behind the trainee but can observe the gaze in real time using the live data our software provides.

Our GazeSense software streams 3D eye tracking data from a distance in real time. All you have to do is position a commercial depth-sensing camera in front of the trainee to start recording their gaze.

Collaborate with Eyeware

We’re a devoted team of machine perception experts who share more than three decades of cumulative research in the field.
Our software, GazeSense, is fully customizable for any training partner, and we’re happy to assist you throughout every step of the implementation process.

Contact our Customer

Success Team

Tell us about your project in a direct message and Chase, our Customer Success representative, will get back to you shortly to customize and implement GazeSense for your simulation and training requirements.