Flight Training Guide: The eyes have it

Captain Matt Gray explains how eye-tracking technology could help enhance the learning and development of commercial pilots

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Qantas has installed a Seeing Machines eye tracker as part of its new 787-9 full flight simulator

Flying an aircraft is a visual task, with up to 90% of the necessary information being gathered through the pilot’s eyes.

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