Thank You to our 2021 Sponsors and Exhibitors

Thank you to our exhibitors and sponsors for their support of the
65th Annual Meeting. 

Bronze Partners

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Smart Eye

Smart Eye was founded in 1999 to provide the market with a real-time and completely non-invasive eye, eyelid and head tracking technology for a wide range of situations - with this a new generation of Eye Tracking technology based on 3D measurements was born. With its roots in the Automotive Industry, Smart Eye is today regarded as a global leader in the development and delivery of remote, multi-camera head and eye tracking solutions for the Automotive, Aviation and Aerospace research and more.

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Sage Publishing

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.

Student Lounge Sponsor

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Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics

​Established in 1990, BCPE is the world's largest Board Certification in the profession. Attaining the certification symbolizes excellence in the practice of human factors/ ergonomics/user experience. Join your colleagues and become a certified professional. For information about certification and its benefits, stop by our exhibit.

Exhibitors

3dMD

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3dMD offers the most widely deployed temporal-3D (4D-motion) camera systems for human subject input applications demanding textured 3D dense-surface image precision including healthcare, computer vision, Artificial Intelligence, robotic training sets, wearable-tech, human factors, apparel, anthropometric, AR/VR/XR content and perception training, biometric security, etc. With an efficient subject workflow, 3dMD supports high-volume input to many AI-driven innovations that require anatomical fide

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The Grado Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech prepares students for life-long success and leadership in the profession, in industry, and in higher education. Our faculty and students are actively researching a broad range of topics, particularly in the areas of human factors engineering and ergonomics, management systems engineering, manufacturing systems engineering, and operations research. Our graduate program is currently ranked #8 in the United States. 

Virginia Tech Industrial and Systems Engineering

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Foundation of Professional Ergonomics

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 BCPE, and we work closely with the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) 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. 

Ergoneers of North America

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Ergoneers exists to help organizations understand behavior. With a full scope solutions portfolio including eye tracking, biometrics, motion capture, driving simulation, and more, we can help you get to what really matters quickly and easily. D-Lab, our data synchronization and analysis platform, is the most robust and flexible of it's kind by allowing for user configurability in data sources, screen layout, and access to the raw data. Stop by and let our team help you achieve your goals.

T.E.A. Ergo Inc.

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Come discover our unique high-end measurement and analysis solution for both academic Human Factors research and industrial ergonomics.

Design your own customized and scalable system featuring motion tracking and physiological sensors: EMG, EEG, ECG, GSR, force, respiration, and more. Explore cognitive behavior with wearable EEG headsets with dry electrodes and unchallenged user-friendliness. All sensors can operate with eye-tracking and any other measurement devices - all in full sync.