HFES thanks the following organizations for exhibiting at the 2016 International Annual Meeting.
AMTI has collaborated with top researchers to develop a wide range of force sensors, force plates, and instrumented biomechanics equipment specifically suited for ergonomics research. We offer many standard six-axis products and also regularly partner with individuals to create custom solutions for highly specialized applications. Our standard products include mounted force plates, portable force plates, instrumented treadmills, instrumented stairs, and instrumented walkers.
Distinguish yourself. Established in 1990, BCPE's certification symbolizes excellence in the practice of human factors, ergonomics and user experience. For information about certification and its benefits, stop by our exhibit.
BIOPAC Systems, Inc. provides Physiological data acquisition amplifiers, transducers, software—NEW MP160 System, wearable smart BioNomadix BioShirt, the wireless, wearable BioNomadix Logger, B-Alert X10 EEG, fNIR optical brain imaging. Synchronize Eye Tracking and Physiological data with new Mobile and Portable Eye Tracking solutions.
CRC Press is a leading publisher of Ergonomics and Human Factors technical books. Review new and bestselling books, and receive special conference discounts. CRC Press is a member of Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa business. Talk to us about being a CRC Press author! For more information, visit www.crcpress.com.
EyeTracking, Inc. is the leading provider of eye tracking services, software, and expertise. For over a decade, we have led innovation of visual behavior and cognitive workload research. Visit us to learn about our software: EyeWorks for eye tracking, Quad Server for physiological sensor integration, Workload RT for cognitive workload measurement.
The Foundation for Professional Ergonomics was established in 2004 as a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing professionalism in ergonomics through educational activities and awards. Our goals support the goals of the Board of Certified Professional Ergonomists, and we work closely with the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society on various ergonomics practitioner initiatives. FPE attained an IRS 501(c)(3) status enabling tax-deductible donations from those sharing this dedication to professionalism in ergonomics. FPE provides cash awards to students, supports ergonomics practitioners in developing countries, and provides ergonomic mentoring to students and new professionals.
Join HFES for three great events in 2017: The 2017 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care, at the Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 5–8, 2017; ErgoX 2017, at the Tampa Waterside Hotel, Tampa, Florida, June 19–21, 2017; and the 2017 International Annual Meeting, at the JW Marriott, Austin, Texas, October 9–13, 2017.
The Human Systems Integration Division is a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) research organization which is part of the Exploration Technology Directorate at NASA Ames Research Center.
Your research is unique. So are your lab requirements. To meet them, Noldus offers complete labs to record video, emotions, eye movements, heart rate, skin conductance, behavior, and more. Software such as The Observer XT, FaceReader, and Viso the new multi-room, multi-video recording suite, are just a few examples of components we can integrate.
The Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at Penn State ranks as one of the top industrial engineering programs nationally thanks to diverse faculty, challenging curricula, world-class facilities, and extensive collaborative research efforts that focus on improving the design, production, and delivery of products and services.
Sara Miller McCune founded SAGE Publishing in 1965 to support the dissemination of usable knowledge and educate a global community. SAGE publishes journals, books, and library products spanning a range of subject areas. SAGE remains majority-owned by our founder, who has ensured that the company will remain permanently independent.
SMI is a world leader in dedicated computer vision applications, developing and marketing eye & gaze tracking systems and OEM solutions for a wide range of applications such as psychology, neurology and ophthalmology, as well as market and consumer research, usability, ergonomics and HCI. SMI serves customers around the globe from offices in Teltow, Germany and Boston, USA, backed by a network of trusted local partners in many countries.
Smart Eye provides the market with real-time and completely non-invasive eye, eyelid, and head tracking technology for a wide range of applications within automotive, aviation, and aerospace research, enabling complete freedom of movement within any given application environment while retaining impressive levels of gaze accuracy, field of view, and robustness.
Tobii Pro provides world-leading eye tracking solutions to academic institutions and commercial companies who want to better understand human behavior. Our solutions consist of hardware, software, training, and support for research in real-world environments and in lab settings.
The U.S. DOT Human Factors Coordinating Committee was established to enhance awareness, understanding, and application of human factors in transportation. Our goals include: Coordinating cross-modal HF activities; Providing HF information and support to DOT senior level policy-makers; Promoting HF research and applications in transportation; Serving as DOT's HF liaison with the international transportation R&D community.
For over 50 years, research at the University of Michigan's Center for Ergonomics has led to a better understanding of work-related musculoskeletal disorders and principles of human-centered technologies and man-machine interaction. The Center offers degree and continuing education, research, and job analysis software tools.
Xsens is the leading innovator in 3D motion tracking technology and products. Its sensor fusion technologies enable a seamless interaction between the physical and the digital world in consumer electronics devices and professional applications such as 3D character animation, motion analysis, and industrial control & stabilization.