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RECENT NEWS

Spotlight Labs Signs Agreement to Manufacture SPYDR Human Performance Ecosystem in Rutland, Vermont

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23 June 2020

Human Performance Data and Analytics Company, Spotlight Labs, Moves Headquarters to Camden County, NJ

Spotlight Labs signs long-term leasing agreement to establish the Company’s new Headquarters in Haddonfield, NJ.

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8 June 2020

Cranium-based device shows SPO2 spike 50 seconds earlier than finger-based sensor.

Investigation of Photoplethysmography Behind the Ear for Pulse Oximetry in Hypoxic Conditions with a Novel Device (SPYDR)

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4 April 2020

Study using Spotlight data and devices shows skydiver hypoxic from aircraft exit until under canopy.

Mild Hypoxia of a Skydiver Making Repeated, Medium-Altitude Aircraft Exits.

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1 February 2020

Helmet insert technology detects and alerts pilots of degradation; provides critical post-flight data to reduce pilot risk and improve pilot performance

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30 January 2019

Spotlight Labs Completes Phase-1 Verification Process 

Spotlight Labs' in-flight human performance system (SPYDR) has completed Phase-1 Verification & Validation... up next, phase 2: squadron-wide field testing aboard F/A-18, EA-18G and T-45 aircraft!

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1 January 2020

New Hypoxia Sensor Aims to Make Military Trainer Aircraft Safer

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31 January 2019

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RESEARCH PAPERS

For this study, SPYDR was installed as a functional ear-cup replacement in flight helmets worn by rated US Navy aircrew. Subjects were exposed to reduced atmospheric pressure using a hypobaric chamber to simulated altitudes of 25,000 feet and high G-forces in a human-rated centrifuge up to 9 G acceleration.

Mild Hypoxia of a Skydiver Making Repeated, Medium-Altitude Aircraft Exits

Dramatic increases in parachuting safety over the last three decades have been attributed to advances in technology and training for parachutists.

Investigation of Photoplethysmography Behind the Ear for Pulse Oximetry in Hypoxic Conditions with a Novel Device (SPYDR)

SPYDR utilizes a reflectance PPG sensor applied behind the ear, between the pinna and the hairline, on the mastoid process, above the sternocleidomastoid muscle, near the posterior auricular artery in a self-contained ear cup system.