World leading driver monitoring technology for safer roads.

Seeing Machines is a world leader in driver-machine interaction. We harness human factors science to create artificial intelligence (AI) technology that observes the driver’s attention – reliably, unobtrusively, and in real time – and intervenes seamlessly when necessary.

Seeing Machines specialises in computer vision algorithms that precisely track eye gaze, head position and pupil size, and our state-of the-art AI technology analyses the data to quickly and accurately detect driver drowsiness, distraction and microsleep events.

At Seeing Machines, we use big data to develop an understanding of the real-world safety behaviours of drivers, and we design human sensing technology to address these behaviours in order to help make the world a safer, smarter place for drivers and the wider community.

Currently applied in driver monitoring systems (DMS) for cars and fleet trucks – DMS being increasingly regarded as crucial to automotive safety technology and autonomous driver assistance systems (ADAS) for autonomous vehicles – as well as in tram, rail and aviation scenarios, Seeing Machines’ core technology can be used for a range of mission critical safety applications, even in extreme environments.

From its base in Canberra, Australia, Seeing Machines serves a growing market in Europe, North America, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia Pacific, and counts Caterpillar, General Motors, Emirates, Bosch, Progress Rail, Coach USA and Transport for London among its major clients.

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Our People

Ken Kroeger

Ken Kroeger

As a business visionary, Ken leads technology innovation at Seeing Machines and focuses on identifying potential new markets.

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Sebastien Rougeaux

Sebastien Rougeaux

Seb is a co-founder of Seeing Machines. He is an internationally-renowned robotics and computer vision researcher with extensive experience in Japan, Australia and the United States.

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Tim Edwards

Tim Edwards

Tim leads the Seeing Machines’ team of engineers and applied mathematicians in delivering world-class human sensing technology to car makers world-wide.

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Nick DiFiore

Nick DiFiore

Nick is responsible for all aspects of the Seeing Machines automotive business, including strategy, growth and profitability.

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Mike Lenné

Mike Lenné

Mike builds research partnerships with Seeing Machines’ automotive, aerospace and fleet customers.

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Nicole Makin

Nicole Makin

Nicole leads the people agenda at Seeing Machines.

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Paul Angelatos

Paul Angelatos

Paul and his teams provide the critical backbone of product development, sales, delivery and support at Seeing Machines.

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James Palmer

James Palmer

James is responsible for growing the Seeing Machines business through helping the company achieve its goal of national and international recognition.

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Patrick Nolan

Patrick Nolan

Patrick leads the Seeing Machines aviation business, and focuses on consultation with manufacturers, Tier 1 companies, operators, carriers and air navigation service providers (ANSPs).

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