Human Factors is research discipline that utilizes various forms of analysis to help researches understand how humans interact with products, environment, technology that help to identify any issues with usability.
This kind of research is used to assess the fit between the human body, equipment and environment to ensure safety and productivity. Typical uses include the safe design and manufacture of products or testing of human training and interaction with a product.
Through the analysis of behaviour and the use of eye tracking we can help determine any design flaws that may impact the safety of the person involved or measure the effectiveness of training programs in regards to human operation.
In the example below you will see how eye tracking can be used for pilot training in a flight simulator, checking to see that in the event of an alarm being triggered the pilot monitors and checks the correct instruments.
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