Seeing Machines said it has worked with airline Emirates to better understand how pilots interact and monitor instruments during procedures that could pose potential safety risks.
The study involved using gaze-tracking technology. Its findings will be presented at the 70th annual International Safety Summit in Dublin this week.
“We have been working closely with Emirates for the past two years and I am delighted to have the opportunity to integrate our state-of-the-art technology into this world class airline,” the tech company’s general manager for aviation Patrick Nolan said.
“Working with Emirates in this partnership will assist in the development of a Seeing Machines solution that not only supports Emirates, but the aviation industry more broadly.”