How it Works

Using commercial-off-the-shelf cameras, dynamics of ocular movements are measured using a method that enables the monitoring of brain activity.

The algorithmic backend of this platform involves computer vision to extract ocular data from raw video feeds and machine learning to parse this data into relevant responses.

Fitness for Duty

Senseye’s Fitness for Duty solution provides an objective non-invasive measurement of cognitive impairment together with root cause analysis of Fatigue levels, Alcohol detection, and in the future other substances.

It can be used in any environment where impairment insights provided in under a minute on a mobile device can inform safety and employee wellness decisions.

Plan Ahead

Gives companies the data to plan their workloads and schedules to minimize fatigue. Whether it is drivers on the road, maintenance workers at a site, or soldiers on a base – the workplace is safer for everyone.

Take Control

Workers feel empowered to manage their own fitness to work

Safety On-Demand

Can be used wherever and whenever it’s needed

Cost-Effective

App-based subscription service with no new hardware required

Digital Health Solutions

Novel application of Senseye’s ocular metrics to improve data-driven mental health insights and access to care.

Our hypothesis is that Senseye can diagnose mental health conditions using its platform and secure regulatory approval for its widespread commercial use.

There is currently no objective manner to diagnose mental health conditions in individuals which leads to many cases being undiagnosed or misdiagnosed:

13% of the Population

According to data from the IHME’s Global Burden of Disease, about 13% of the global population – some 971 million people – suffer from some kind of mental disorder.

Undiagnosed

In the U.S. up to 1 in 5 adults are believed to have suffered from a mental health condition in the last 12 months, over half of whom are undiagnosed.

No Treatment

The World Health Organization estimates that, globally, between 76% and 85% of people with mental disorders receive no treatment for their disorder.