The technology firm uses real-time AI tracking of pilots’ faces to help instructors understand pilot behaviour
() has signed a deal with Alaska Airlines to improve pilot training with gaze-tracking technology that helps instructors understand pilot behaviour.
Alaska Airlines and its regional partners fly 46mln passengers a year with an average of 1,200 flights daily.
The AIM-listed company said its monitoring technology will improve the performance of Alaska’s instructors, trainees and flight operations and help the aviation industry more broadly by offering direct insights into flight training for Boeings and Airbuses.
Shares in Seeing Machines rose 3% in early trading.
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