TD Pilot provides native integration of eye tracking in iPadOS and has been certified to meet Apple performance standards. It enables communication and full use of iPad apps for people with disabilities, via eye control and other access methods.
Built for AAC
TD Pilot is a light, durable speech generating device designed for augmentative and alternative communication. It can be controlled via eye tracking in all kinds of lighting conditions, even outdoors. TD Pilot comes pre-loaded with AAC software to meet a range of communication needs, and projects your voice loud and clear thanks to powerful speakers. The device also offers a rear-facing Partner Window for more natural face-to-face conversations.
Built for iPadOS
TD Pilot is a medically certified, eye-controlled device for Apple’s iPadOS accessibility features, enabling tasks such as tapping or scrolling using your eyes, fingers or a switch. Enjoy all the content available on an iPad, including social media, games, entertainment, educational apps and more.
Built for eye control
Our newest eye tracker is based on 15+ years of research and testing across all types of ethnicities, disabilities, eyewear and lighting conditions, both indoors and outdoors. It offers precise eye gaze selection to quickly select screen targets, and the fastest recovery time if your eyes move outside of the tracking box.
Empowers literate adults to speak with their eyes or the touch of a button. Generates natural-sounding speech in a range of voices to help you sound more like yourself. Speeds up sentence construction to enable more active engagement in conversations.
Offers caregivers and professionals a choice of AAC solutions to meet the needs of symbol-supported communicators. Simplifies and enriches communication with a set of powerful tools and resources.
Helps manage the use of your TD Pilot for an optimal experience. Calibrates your eye tracker for accurate gaze control. Provides automatic device updates. Offers setting adjustments and battery level checks.
Pathways for Snap Core First
1 × Top button (iPadOS device)
1 × Volume up/down (iPadOS device)
1 × Power On
1 × Track Status
1 × Thunderbolt/USB 4 (iPadOS device)
1 × USB-C
2 × 3.5 mm Switch connector interface
1 × 3.5 mm” Headphone jack
1 × 15 VDC in 1.65/4 mm (Power connector)
2 × 10 W Closed Box Speakers
802.11ax Wi-Fi 6; simultaneous dual band (2.4GHz and 5GHz)
HT80 with MIMO Bluetooth 5.0 technology
A12Z Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture
Hard disk drive
Battery Run Time
Battery Charge Time
Maximum 4 h (0-100%)