Seeing Machines Aviation on show at AVALON 2019
Seeing Machines will exhibit its Crew Training System for the first time at the Australian International Aerospace & Defence Exposition AVALON 2019, one of Asia Pacific’s largest aviation and aerospace events.
Boeing expects that over 700,000 additional pilots will be recruited and that the world’s aviation fleet will double in the next 20 years. To support this significant growth the aviation industry is looking for ways to upscale safely and efficiently, ensuring the high-standards synonymous with its industry are maintained.
Seeing Machines has developed its Crew Training System with this demand in mind, seeking out airlines and training providers who embrace evidence-based training practices and who are looking to provide new tools to support their instructors. The Crew Training System empowers instructors to objectively measure and train expert scan and gaze patterns in their pilots, ultimately strengthening inflight pilot performance.
Following a strong end to 2018, signing two commercial program deals, the aviation team are excited about the interactive opportunity that the Avalon airshow provides. Seeing Machines will be demonstrating our highly accurate eye-tracking technology as part of the AIR4 STEM programme at Avalon.
AIR4 is an Australian government initiative targeted at inspiring Australian students to participate and pursue opportunities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Seeing Machines is proud to be involved in such an important initiative.
Visit Patrick Nolan (GM, Aviation) and Alexander Robinson (Lead, Simulation and Training) at Stand A4 – Air4 STEM Tent, RAAF JERICHO Precinct between 26th February to the 3rd March and experience the Seeing Machines Crew Training System first hand.
Alexander will also be presenting as part of the Innovation Pitchfest on Wednesday 27th of February in Exhibition Hall 1. The Pitchfest gives defence, industry and academia representatives an opportunity to present innovative Australian ideas to the aerospace and defence communities.