Technology to drive a safer world.

WHAT WE DO

Vehicle accidents are caused by complex factors: human error, negligence, risky behaviour, and unpredictable and unsafe conditions. With the world’s most holistic and integrated approach to driver safety technology, Seeing Machines is dramatically reducing transport related accidents every day, by mitigating some of the key the risks involved, to make the world a safer place.

Underpinned by more than 20 years of scientific research into human behaviour in real-time conducted in real-world scenarios, Seeing Machines has developed the world’s most advanced AI driven safety technology.

This technology is the bedrock that enables new forms of intelligent machines to see, understand, assist and ultimately protect people who are using them. The holistic driver monitoring technology solution from Seeing Machines provides flexibility, scalability and integration optionality across a range of platforms.

As our world rapidly evolves, our experienced team work closely with industry to continue to stay one step ahead with evolving technology that enhances safety across our target transport sectors, enhancing intelligent machines based on a deep understanding of human behaviour.

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GLOBAL REACH

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, Venoeer, Progress Rail, Coach USA and Transport for London among its major clients.

Seeing Machines’ culture of quality is recognised globally by accreditation to ISO9001:2015 and alignment to ASPICE standard. These certifications and standardisations support our commitment to providing consistent, high quality product and service solutions to our customers.

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Careers

We know that innovation can come from any direction, so if you can contribute to the Seeing Machines vision, we’d love to hear from you.

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Our People

Paul McGlone

Paul McGlone

Paul has a proven commercial track record and has, in his short time at Seeing Machines, set Fleet on the path to strengthen the outlook of the business considerably.

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Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy

Ryan’s focus is continuous improvement in efficiency and consistency of all operating processes at Seeing Machines.

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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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Tim Edwards

Tim Edwards

Tim leads Seeing Machines’ core technology roadmap, overseeing the company’s teams of engineers and applied mathematicians to deliver world-class human sensing technology world-wide.

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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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Mike Lenné

Mike Lenné

Mike is the General Manager of the Fleet business and leads Human Factors at Seeing Machines to deliver key advances in the company’s driver state technology.

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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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Daniel Edmunds

Daniel Edmunds

Danny heads the Seeing Machines engineering organisation delivering projects for the Automotive, Fleet and Aviation Business Units.

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Rodney Stewart

Rodney Stewart

Rod leads the development of the core platform technology for the company’s silicon product line which includes the deep embedding of the company’s core algorithms.

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Nicole Makin

Nicole Makin

Nicole leads the people agenda at Seeing Machines.

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Anthony Borgo

Anthony Borgo

Anthony oversees development and implementation of Seeing Machines Information Systems (IS) strategy

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Susan Dalliston

Susan Dalliston

Based in Canberra, Susan is the Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary for the Seeing Machines Group.

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