- Driver-monitoring technology provider Seeing Machines said it was collaborating with Alaska Airlines on advanced gaze-tracking technology.

The work was being conducted to understand how pilots scan and monitor instruments during complex manoeuvres and instrument procedures.

The partnership had developed a proof-of-concept for Seeing Machines' crew training system in an Alaska Airlines' Boeing 737 full flight simulator environment.

The collaboration aimed to shape how Seeing Machines' system could provide Alaska Airlines pilots and flight instructors with objective, evidence-based data to provide unique insights into instrument scanning behaviour.

'Working with Alaska Airlines means partnering with one of the world's most advanced and forward-thinking flight training organizations,' said Seeing Machines aviation head Patrick Nolan.

'This relationship will offer direct insight into Boeing and Airbus aircraft type flight training operations across a diverse and expanding network and help us leverage our experience to support Alaska Airlines and the Aviation industry more broadly.'

At 9:57am: [LON:SEE] Seeing Machines Ltd share price was +0.13p at 4.83p

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