Challenges and solutions
September 15, 2020
In his presentation, Dr.Hildebrandt talks about the experiences from working with an airline pilot training center over a three-year period with the aim to identify why, when and how eye tracking should be used in training programs. He will also share feedback from instructor workshops, as well as a test installation of mobile eye tracking glasses in a cockpit simulator, illustrating how meaningful real-time gaze measures can be obtained in such an environment.
Senior Scientist, Biometrics Lab, Institute for Energy Technology, Norway
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