Seeing Machines (SEE)

Gen 2 Guardian

Gen 1 Guardian


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Is this what credible independent analysis looks like:

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It’s a beautiful looking motor with state of the art safety technology.

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so apparently the 7 series 2023 will have the same iX user interface.:thinking:

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Pakko sanoa, että en ihan ymmärrä tiedotteen lisäarvoa.

7 June 2021

Seeing Machines Limited

21st Century Smart Cars Act would require DMS for all new US cars

Seeing Machines Limited (AIM: SEE, “Seeing Machines” or the “Company”), the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, welcomes additional momentum in the USA for mandatory driver monitoring system (DMS) technology to assist in improving safety on roads, with the introduction of the “21st Century Smart Cars Act” (“the Act”).

Introduced by Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a leading safety and consumer rights trailblazer, the legislation forms part of a larger automotive safety package, and would require a range of safety technologies become standard on all US passenger vehicles within four years, noting that they will be required to meet strong performance requirements. Specifically, the legislation calls for ‘direct driver monitoring’ indicating that a camera will likely be the primary requirement to determine driver engagement.

These developments in the US are completely aligned to Seeing Machines’ view that DMS is fundamental to the automotive transport sector and that the fitment rate will accelerate substantially over the coming years, globally. Seeing Machines is currently working with all major US automotive manufacturers to deliver its industry-leading technology, with some of these vehicles already in production and on sale to consumers today, fitted with camera-based DMS.

Paul McGlone, CEO of Seeing Machines commented: “More momentum in the US is great news for Seeing Machines and, while not surprising, further affirms our view on the total market opportunity for camera-based DMS. We will continue our work with our Tier 1 and OEM customers and with governments, industry bodies and regulators around the world to influence the growing safety agenda and look forward to more jurisdictions following in these footsteps.”

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I can only assume that information on regulation affects SEE as they are working with Ford, GM and Chrysler FCA in USA. All cars even budget will have DMS.

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Some changes in the executive team. COO leaves after 3 years of service

A coincidence? one may ask. There could be million reasons behind one management change, but in the big picture we can see a narrative in Seeing Machines revolving door.

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Kesa ,
watch the most recent ones, you might just understand whats coming…

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Just a thought: SEE has a superior natural data set from the guardian dms.

Is it not dangerous to apply that data set (heavy trucking) to normal passenger cars? Trucks are driven in a different manner than passenger cars, also truckers are a special group of drivers…

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9 June 2021

Seeing Machines and CAE Australia to deliver Crew Training System for Australian Defence customer

Seeing Machines Limited (AIM: SEE, “Seeing Machines” or the “Company”), the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, is pleased to announce that it has been appointed by CAE Australia (“CAE”) to integrate its precision eye-tracking technology, for an Australian defence industry customer.

This engagement, valued at A$1m over five years, comes at the end of a successful direct engagement between Seeing Machines and an Australian defence industry innovation program delivered over the past two years. This program exceeded all stakeholder expectations and has opened up several additional opportunities across the defence industry.

Seeing Machines has been collaborating with CAE for more than five years through a range of engagements to incorporate the Company’s FOVIO eye-tracking technology into CAE commercial, military and rotary-wing flight training devices. This contract represents the first formal engagement between CAE and the Company and will deliver Seeing Machines’ Crew Training System into this defence customer’s flight training devices.

CAE and Seeing Machines will install and integrate the Crew Training System on three Lead-in Fighter Trainer Full Mission Simulators, to improve aircrew training with a specific focus on understanding where the pilot’s attention is through Human-Machine Augmentation and Advanced Sensors. The Seeing Machines eye-tracking technology is a world-leading, proven, and unique capability to deliver improved aircrew training with more efficiency, while reducing costs and attrition.

The appointment of CAE and Seeing Machines is a working example of the customer’s commitment to Australian innovation and sovereign industrial capability.

Matthew Sibree, Managing Director Asia-Pacific, CAE commented: “This is another great example of how government and industry can partner to deliver enhanced training and operational capability. We are pleased to collaborate with Seeing Machines to improve the training program that helps prepare the next-generation fighter pilots for this customer.”

Patrick Nolan, GM of Aviation at Seeing Machines added: “We are delighted to be able to continue our engagement with CAE to deliver our technology, moving from an innovation program to a fully integrated, fully operational capability. This contract further reinforces the value of precision eye tracking in Aviation in support of pilot training, and we believe that the total market potential across global defence organisations for eye tracking technology is substantial.”

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Significant move. CAE are the biggest SIM manufacturer in the World. SEE also have a current MOU with L3 who are number two.

This isn’t just about new SIMs, this contract is only to retrofit 3 existing ones.

There are about 4,500 SIMs being used in military and civil, of which L3 and CAE support the vast majority. Big market.

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Unfortunately Seeing Machines haven’t got a stand at the WATS 2021 Pilot training conference unlike Smarteye.
I guess they’ll have to make do with being a main joint co-presenter with one of their partners Alaska airlines.

Yet another area that Smarteye are following Seeing Machines into after Fleet .

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Yeah, nah. SmartEye - Details

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Actually working with airlines.

Fedex Express

Maybe, but you said Smart Eye is following Seeing Machines which I corrected. Smart Eye has been in aviation for years.

Btw, how much money this collaboration with airlines has brought?

First contract signed recently , military via CAE. A$1m for 3 SIMS

Several RFQs in pipeline already.

Market is Commercial/Mission 4,500 SIMS. Probably 50+ new a year.

Takes a long time to build trust.

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Yes, 1M over 5 years.

But yes, huge market and seemingly takes long time to build trust.

Hopefully “the ketchup bottle is now open” for aviation.

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Seeing Machines Limited
17 June 2021

17 June 2021

Seeing Machines Limited

Seeing Machines’ technology rolls off the line in five new vehicle models

Seeing Machines Limited (AIM: SEE, “Seeing Machines” or the “Company”), the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, is pleased to announce that its Driver Monitoring System (DMS) software is now available across five additional vehicle models from world-leading automotive manufacturers.

Seeing Machines has been working closely with Joyson Safety Systems since 2011 to integrate the Company’s software into the General Motors’ Super Cruise driver assistance feature. This system, based on the Company’s FOVIO e-DME (embedded Driver Monitoring Engine) software, is now available in three new vehicle models including the General Motors’ 2021 Cadillac CT5, Cadillac CT4 and Chevrolet Bolt.

The start of production on these additional vehicle models from General Motors follows successful FOVIO e-DME software launches on the new Mercedes Benz S-Class and Mercedes Benz EQS sedans. Seeing Machines’ DMS is now in production across nine individual vehicle models globally and is set to launch on more than thirty distinct vehicle models by early 2023.

Seeing Machines’ advanced driver monitoring software reliably measures the driver’s head-pose, eyelid closure and precise eye-gaze direction under the full spectrum of demanding automotive in-cabin lighting conditions and supports a full range of driver appearances, including operation with glasses and sunglasses. High-performance driver monitoring is vital in supporting hands-free driving capabilities, where the DMS continuously monitors the driver’s visual attention state and delivers this information to the vehicle.

Paul McGlone, CEO of Seeing Machines commented: “It’s great to see more cars on the road with Seeing Machines DMS technology, keeping people safe and enabling a range of advanced features. As more and more models get to start of production, featuring our industry-leading technology, we can expect to see our royalty revenue increase accordingly.”

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