Employee Wellbeing and Efficiency Monitoring
Employee Wellbeing platforms enable employers to monitor and respond to working conditions for employees. Employee fatigue, presenteeism, stress & distraction leads to significant lost efficiency.
xLabs is able to reliably track and quantify metrics such as attention, focus, even anxiety. xLabs for example will be able to identify when employees are most efficient and provide recommendations for employers to optimize work environments. They can highlight overtired, stressed, depressed or distracted workers or students.
Depression and Anxiety
Depression and Anxiety are the most prolific conditions affecting today’s population with 1 in 2 Australians will suffering throughout their life. Patients seek help from clinicians but demand massively outweighs supply leading to delays of 6-12 weeks between visits. This delay means serious relapse goes unnoticed and costs $1,220 per day during hospitalisation. This cost is passed onto private health insurance in most cases.
xLabs can use eye tracking to monitor the mental state of those with clinical depression through regular check ins allowing a clinician to notice a potential relapse at remotely. Using established signals such as a loss of attention, attention bias and loss of enjoyment xLabs can designed tasks capable of evaluating a patient's mental.
PTSD and Mental Trauma
PTSD is already evaluated using factors such as attention bias, anxiety and low focus all of which can be detected at scale by leveraging xLabs eye tracking. xLabs proposes using commodity devices such as mobiles or tablets allowing clinicians to check in with patients remotely to monitor and avoid relapse.
A serious relapse of PTSD results in an average of 3 weeks of full-time clinical care with a psychologist costing Australians $720 per day. There are substantial waiting lists for clinical facilities resulting in temporary hospitalisation until a position is available. xLabs can detect a relapse through regular check ins ensuring the patient receives care before hospitalisation.