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Understanding employee skills on a deeper level

Transferring expertise from skilled employees to new staff is essential for maintaining standards and preserving specialist skills. Eye tracking captures hidden skills and helps organizations improve training, procedures, and quality.

Empowering novice employees with expertise

What are hidden skills? How can I unlock them from my employees? How do I preserve key skills in my organization?

Watch our video to discover the answers to these questions, and more.

Discover how to improve your training

Learn how you can improve your training and skills transfer using our eye tracking technology. Read our helpful articles.

What are hidden skills?

Whether ensuring product quality, maintaining safety, or overseeing assembly, we rarely capture a person’s full capabilities. Find out how eye tracking uncovers their hidden skills.

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Want to learn more about what an eye tracking study can reveal?

See data and insights from a training and assessment sample study and learn how eye tracking can help you efficiently visualize and transfer employee expertise.

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Need help convincing your team?

We provide you with persuasive arguments and practical tips to win over your team so you can start reaping the benefits of eye tracking in your organization.

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Inspiring stories from our customers

Discover how our customers used Tobii Pro Glasses 3 to cut down training time for visual inspections, operations and maintenance, as well as special skills transfer.



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Transfer skills and optimize your workflow by visualizing worker processes first-hand using Tobii Pro Glasses 3. Eye tracking helps you cut training times while keeping staff ability high across the board.

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Trusted by

  • Understanding human behavior will benefit aviation safety, space exploration, and enable safe, autonomous flight.

    NASA Research Scientists


  • The accuracy and efficiency of the inspection process has been improved, the eye tracker has proven useful for training -we have halved the training time for new hires.

    Kaname Hirayama


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  • This is the first time we can actually get data on visual human information collection…and we can use this data to optimize training procedures, we can also optimize operative procedures.

    Prof. Dr. Christoph Starck


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  • The average training time is one full week, and we hope these study results and video will save us two days per employee. Ideally, this would save us about 400 hours of training time per year in that department.

    Jacob Hammill


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Get in touch

One of our experts would be happy to discuss how you can start using eye tracking to improve training your workforce.

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