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20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors
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20140625 Crewfactors Case Study of Academic Collaboration_Conor McKenna_Crewfactors

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CrewFactors is a spin-out company from the Speech & Communications Lab at Trinity College Dublin. We have developed a patent pending speech analysis technology to assist communications trainers and …

CrewFactors is a spin-out company from the Speech & Communications Lab at Trinity College Dublin. We have developed a patent pending speech analysis technology to assist communications trainers and instructors to assess and debrief individuals on their team communication and collaboration skills. Our Performance reports contain several evidence based metrics that provide numerous insights into individual and team performance while undertaking a collaborative task. This software innovation has been lauded by International aviation training experts as a ‘Next generation’ crew assessment and debriefing tool.

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  1. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 Conor McKenna, Director Market Development ISIN 25th June 2014 Licensing IP from Universities
  2. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 TAPOIA Project Crew Communication Metrics
  3. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 • Original Science discovery; automatic detection of levels of prosodic accommodation between two interlocutors i.e. we can detect whether two people are communicating effectively. • Non-verbal communication is critical is even more importance on the flight deck (given the high levels of instrumentation and situational awareness required) • Aviation safety focus; we established need for objective metrics for assessing CRM skills in pilots. • Funding for a ‘Lab to market’ applied research software development initiative in aviation (sponsored by Enterprise Ireland) Speech science and aviation safety
  4. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 CIHS We partnered with the aviation sector…
  5. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 • Crews working in mission critical environments need clear, concise communication. • The physically restricted confines of a cockpit mean that good vocal communication and coherence are a critical skill. • Pilots rely on each other to communicate clearly, especially in an emergency or difficult situations. Why is this measurement technology important for pilots?
  6. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 Crew Score: 64% ACC: 53/47 SLQ: 63/27 Overlap: 24% We provide objective metrics and insights to enhance crew training
  7. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 Licensing IP from a University…..
  8. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 Others up ahead Fair terms Invisible Dangers Post TX Support? Clear processes CrewFactors Licensing Experience… Few Costs Positive Experience
  9. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 Perception of licensing process perhaps…
  10. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 Feasibility study phaseInvention Disclosure Comm plus grant External research partners Initial patent application Internal partners Patent Review Commercial partner Hired Dev team for POC Company Incorporates Draft license terms LICENSE AGREEMENT Scientific validation
  11. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 • CrewFactors is a spin-out company from the Speech & Communications Lab at Trinity College Dublin. • We have developed a patent pending speech analysis technology* to assist communications trainers and instructors to assess and debrief individuals on their team communication and collaboration skills. • Our Performance reports contain several evidence based metrics that provide numerous insights into individual and team performance while undertaking a collaborative task. • This software innovation has been lauded by International aviation training experts as a ‘Next generation’ crew assessment and debriefing tool. About us * More about the background research at www.tapoia.com
  12. Copyright © Crewfactors Ltd 2014 Contact us today to discuss how CrewFactors can enhance team communication skills, collaboration and productivity in your organisation. Conor McKenna Director Market Development CrewFactors Ltd e: conor.mckenna@crewfactors.com m: +353 1 893 4909 a: Trinity Technology campus, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Ireland Crewfactors Ltd - Registered Irish Company no. 534977 We measure effective team communication…

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