Seeing Machines

Life Saving Technology

Seeing Machines is a leader in computer vision technologies which enable machines to see, understand and assist people. We harness human factors science to create artificial intelligence (AI) technology that observes the driver and operator attention – reliably, unobtrusively, and in real time – and intervenes seamlessly when necessary. Our solutions span multiple transport sectors globally.

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Automotive

Automotive

Driver monitoring technology for safer roads.

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Fleet/Guardian

Fleet/Guardian

Ensuring fleet operators get their drivers home safely with leading real-time driver monitoring.

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Aviation

Aviation

Optimising safety and performance of the world’s pilots and controllers, on the ground and in the air.

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Off-Road

Off-Road

Driver Safety System offers best-in-class driver fatigue prevention for mining and off-road applications.

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Rail

Rail

Making rail system infrastructure, and their operators, safer.

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Medical

Medical

The next generation of Visual Field Analyzer.

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    Charles Dawson, CEO of our NZ Distributor, Autosense, demonstrates the benefits of Seeing Machines' Guardian. Learn more about how commercial fleets across New Zealand are benefiting from driver monitoring technology to keep their drivers safer and achieve business efficiencies. http://bit.ly/2MUgO8I #nzroadsafety #seeingmachines

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    The latest European Commission agenda seeks safer roads in the future, requiring the implementation of driver monitoring system (DMS) technology in all new cars, vans, trucks and buses by 2020. In this Automotive Industries feature, Mike Lenné, PhD, CSO (Human Factors) at Seeing Machines, explains the significance of the European Commission’s safety recommendations, and how Seeing Machines is well placed to address this market …  http://bit.ly/2w9SzMP #seeingmachines #roadsafety

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    Could Canberra become the test market for autonomous vehicles in Australia? In this ABC interview with Adam Shirley, John Noble, Director of Advanced Engineering at Seeing Machines, talks about the realities of emerging automated vehicle technology and the world-leading CAN Drive trial - led by Seeing Machines and supported by the ACT government - which studies driver behaviour and interaction with automated technology. http://bit.ly/2P9qhLa #seeingmachines #roadsafety

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    Seeing Machines is delighted that Mike Lenné, PhD, our Chief Scientific Officer (Human Factors), will be speaking at the 2018 International Driverless Vehicle Summit (IDVS3) and bringing his extensive knowledge of the human factors science that underpins our state-of-the-art technology. Held between Oct 31-Nov 2, the IDVS3 will provide a platform for world experts and delegates to come together and shape the nature of the world’s transport future. http://www.idvs3.com.au/ #IDVS3 #seeingmachines