“Ensuring the best possible performance is only possible if you have good data on which to base your decisions. That’s why the precision, accuracy, and reliability of our products are always a top priority.”

Daniel Mollicone, PhD, CEO, Pulsar Informatics

Sleep science is continually evolving. We collaborate with the most prominent researchers in the field.

We are actively involved in supporting a variety of sleep research studies around the world. We are also leaders in the performance of high-fidelity field studies of operational alertness. Our R&D activities fundamentally support our efforts to create products that are grounded in the best science.

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Statistics and facts to support your distracted driving policy and how telematics can help with fleet safety.

The Two Effects of Jet Lag

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Everyone who has travelled in an airplane is familiar with jet lag. True, the effect only applies when travelled east or west. But jet lag is so pervasive and annoying—not to mention a safety risk for pilots—that it merits serious discussion.

Understanding Human Factors in Safety Assurance: The Bowtie Method

Mar 3, 2022
Bowtie method, Fatigue Management Plan

The primary goal of any flight department is to operate safely and do so, year after year. Learn how the bowtie method can help frame your aviation operation’s approach to managing human factors safety risks.