We are the global leader in eye tracking, a position we earned through our passion for technology and our ambition to create tech for a better future. Our journey began more than 20 years ago when we delivered the world’s first remote eye tracker. Since then, we’ve been on a mission to build technology that understands human attention and intent — what we call attention computing.
Machine learning, artificial intelligence, and advanced signal processing lie at the heart of what we do. We decode head and eye movements, translate microscopic gestures into accurate gaze signals, and generate insights to reveal what captures a person’s attention and interpret intent. No matter who, no matter where.
Tobii is a global company with offices located in Asia, Europe and North America, supported by a global network of resellers.
Founded in 2001
Over 600 employees (with one-third in R&D)
Revenue: SEK 578 million (2020)
Listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (TOBII) since 2015
Headquarters in Stockholm with 13 offices around the globe
Our solutions help you leverage eye tracking and the data brought to you by attention computing in research, development, and commercialization no matter what your industry.
Our vision is a world where technology works in harmony with human behavior.
Eye tracking is a sensor technology that decodes gaze. It is a foundational technology for a broad range of applications, including scientific research, behavioral analysis, and assistive technology. One of the things that differentiates Tobii from other vendors is our dedication to delivering a solution that lives up to the everyone, everywhere, every device principle.
Removing the barriers between people and technology
Attention computing is a set of technologies that enable machines and devices to understand people — by interpreting what we say, how we move, and what captures our attention. It is a part of the next generation of human-computer interaction, which today relies on keyboards, mice, and touchscreens but is shifting toward intuitive communication using sounds, gestures, and movement.