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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  • 1 Day Agoview on linkedin

    Seeing Machines

    “Euro NCAP’s message from these tests is clear - cars, even those with advanced driver assistance systems, need a vigilant, attentive driver behind the wheel at all times. It is imperative that state-of-the-art passive and active safety systems remain available in the background as a vital safety backup." @Seeing Machines ' FOVIO driver monitoring system technology is unobtrusive but effective in keeping drivers focused on the task of driving . This direction from Euro NCAP is welcome news and we look forward to continue working with car manufacturers to assist with keeping drivers attentive at all times, improving safety on roads globally. #roadsafety #seeingmachines http://bit.ly/2yob6Hf

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    While drowsy driving is responsible for about 20% of all vehicle crashes, fatigue has been one of the only causes of road accidents not tested for or monitored - until now. Seeing Machines’ superior eye-tracking technology could be introduced in Australia as a pre-drive test to determine driver fatigue levels, following a test study with Alertness CRC and Monash University. https://ab.co/2ylPQSw #seeingmachines #roadsafety

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    It was great to see Seeing Machines in action this week at the 6th International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, held in Gothenburg, Sweden. Jonny Kuo (Research Scientist, Human Factors) presented on the interaction between drowsiness and distraction with Alertness CRC, and Mike Lenné, PhD (Chief Scientific Officer, Human Factors) talked about how in-depth drowsiness data from Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) simulator studies provides golden data for driver state measurement, partnering with Ron Finemore Transport and Volvo Group Australia. #DDI2018 #seeingmachines