Indian military tests eye-tracking tech to help pilots control planes – Defence News of India

Indian military tests eye-tracking tech to help pilots control planes – Defence News of India


Publication Title
Defence News of India
Publication/Creation Date
June 13 2020
Creators/Contributors
Vikas Gupta (creator)
New Scientist (creator)
Persuasive Intent
Information
Description
"Through unique eye- and face-tracking sensor technologies, with a key focus on alertness and attention, Seeing Machines technology enables key data and metrics to understand and improve human performance. This technology is unique. It is a non-wearable, unobtrusive system that can be adapted and integrated into various real-world environments to provide new data to optimise training and operational monitoring. This technology will challenge the ‘current way’ and provide a new perspective, with data that focuses on the human element, their alertness and performance."
HCI Platform
Ambient
Location on Body
Not On The Body
Marketing Keywords
Seeing Machines
Source
https://defencenewsofindia.com/indian-military-tests-eye-tracking-tech-to-help-pilots-control-planes-defence-news-of-india/

Date archived
June 17 2020
Last edited
December 12 2020
How to cite this entry
Vikas Gupta, New Scientist. (June 13 2020). "Indian military tests eye-tracking tech to help pilots control planes – Defence News of India". Defence News of India. Defence News of India. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/4606