SMI REDn Professional Packages for UX

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Get support at all stages of usability and human factors research with SMI’s dedicated software and hardware toolset.

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We help you choose the best eye tracking solution for your application field.


SMI solutions allow to observe and log users’ actions during the experiment, such as task completion or errors made. This helps to drastically reduce analysis time and cost.

With Remote Viewer you can broadcast the experiment on the network and monitor your users from a distance, without distracting them.
The versatile Questionnaire tool lets you further enhance your data with participants’ own responses.

Key performance indicators (KPIs) deliver both quantitative and qualitative information on visual behavior and impact. Exporting KPIs as an executive summary provides immediate, customizable reports with just simple clicks. Present your findings in a convincing way with heatmaps, scanpaths, and many other visualization options brought to you by SMI. SMI REDn Professional solutions let you easily aggregate participants’ data – or investigate their behavior individually at any time of regard.

Naturally record interaction with website wireframes or other scroll/zoom capable pdfs.
Capture and analyze gaze data of users on dynamic web sites – including pop-ups and flash content. Websites are captured with scroll and position compensation, plus as session screen record.

The SMI REDn Professional remote eye tracker is an ultralight, USB 3.0 powered, fully portable eye tracking device. The plug-and-play design enables professionals to set up a study efficiently anywhere. Automatically guided setup and calibration significantly reduce preparation time, and the large head box together with advanced eye tracking algorithms ensure unmatched robustness. This makes it a perfect tool for studies involving a large number of participants.

With 60 Hz sampling rate the REDn eye tracker delivers reliable information on all key metrics, such as fixation count and duration.