- Computer vision technology company Seeing Machines said it had partnered with L3 Commercial Aviation to deliver integrated eye-tracking capabilities into their flight simulator.

The first device with this functionality would be delivered to 'a major Australian airline' in 2019.

'The feedback from the aviation industry on the benefits of this capability and solution have been very positive,' Seeing Machines general manager for aviation Patrick Nolan said.

'It is great to see the transition to a fully integrated solution that will provide valid data to support and optimise flight training in what we believe will be the first of many engagements across the industry.'

At 8:37am: [LON:SEE] Seeing Machines Ltd share price was +0.03p at 4.6p

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