“Ensuring the best possible performance is only possible if you have good data on which to base your decisions. That’s why the precision, accuracy, and reliability of our products are always a top priority.”

Daniel Mollicone, PhD, CEO, Pulsar Informatics

Founder owned and operated since 2003, our company has offices in Philadelphia and Seattle.

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Sleep science is continually evolving. We collaborate with the most prominent researchers in the field.

We are actively involved in supporting a variety of sleep research studies around the world. We are also leaders in the performance of high-fidelity field studies of operational alertness. Our R&D activities fundamentally support our efforts to create products that are grounded in the best science.

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HAC2019 • Booth #203

Nov 14, 2019

The annual Helicopter Association of Canada Convention & Helicopter Safety Forum is now it its 24th year! Stop by booth 203 to learn how our fatigue risk management solutions can help strengthen the safety culture in your operation.

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NIOSH Director's Seminar Series

Nov 12, 2019
Webinar, Fatigue Insights

Dr. Daniel Mollicone will share practical considerations for quantifying fatigue and identifying fatigue risk in workforce populations.

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How Can a 1 Hour Time Change Contribute to Fatigue Risk?

Nov 1, 2019
Fatigue Insights

The twice-yearly ritual of daylight savings time is upon us yet again this weekend. Yawn. According to one study that used advanced sensors to track workplace safety, one hour of lost sleep is significant for individuals, but the impact on employers—a reduction in work output or general presenteeism—is hard to detect. What are the best ways to manage fatigue risk? Read on to find out.