Eye-tracking system for naturalistic driving tests

Eye tracking is a process that monitors eye movements, to determine where a test subject is looking, what he is looking at, and how long his gaze lingers at a certain point in space. Eye tracking is a well-established methodology, applicable to a wide range of contexts. The tracing of eye movements takes place through specific devices, and the detection/interpretation of the associated data is processed through specialized software. In the field of road design, it is often used as a tool to identify the reference points that the driver uses to drive and which geometric or environmental parameters can be modified to improve driving performance