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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    The US National Transportation Safety Board is pushing for the use of video recording devices in commercial vehicles, with both driver- and road-facing cameras, in order to improve road safety and help investigators understand causes of road accidents. Already used across the globe as a crucial safety feature in commercial vehicles, Seeing Machines’ Guardian driver monitoring system (DMS) is an invaluable technology solution for keeping drivers and roads safe. http://bit.ly/2xCkoPu #seeingmachines #SEEGuardian #roadsafety

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    Seeing Machines’ driver monitoring technology is a crucial step towards safer roads, as fatigue continues to be a major issue for the transport industry – according to Charles Dawson, CEO of New Zealand Seeing Machines distributor AutoSense NZ, they can record anything from five to 25 fatigue events in a normal day. Aiming to have 2000 Guardian driver monitoring system (DMS) units installed in NZ commercial vehicles by the end of the year, Seeing Machines is committed to reducing fatigue and distraction-related events with this life-saving technology. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2OP9Fru

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    The issue of truck driver distraction and fatigue is of major concern globally. As the number of fatal crashes involving truck drivers increases, Seeing Machines’ New Zealand distributor, AutoSense NZ, is using our Guardian driver monitoring system (DMS) to help save lives and keep Kiwi roads safe. “What this technology is about is keeping the driver focussed on the road, and alerting them for any reason if their attention is drawn away," says Charles Dawson, CEO of AutoSense NZ. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2zpIqhK #seeingmachines #SEEGuardian #roadsafety