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Since our inception in 2000, Seeing Machines has grown year on year as our product offerings have expanded and have become increasingly sophisticated.

Annual Review 2016

Seeing Machines is one of the enduring success stories of the tech sector.

Born in the halls of one of the world’s top 20 universities (ANU), evolved in the mines and long-haul highways of Australia and North America, Seeing Machines’ technology represents an unprecedented step towards improving the safety of drivers and vehicles around the world.

Over seven years we have invented and sold research technology to the world’s research institutions and today, the people who started in research and academia are defining the technology solutions of tomorrow. The grass-root capability of translating research solutions into commercially viable applications is a core strength at Seeing Machines.

As natural innovators and pioneers, our ongoing vision is to continue delivering our technology to a myriad of other applications that will make lives better and deliver strong returns on investment.

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“Very few publicly listed companies offer the prospect of changing the world in the way that Seeing Machines could. Its leading edge technology ‘does what it says on the tin’; it allows computers to see us humans; to look at us and understand where we are, and what we are doing. Its solutions have already been tested, endorsed and adopted by some of the largest global corporations on the planet. We know this solution works. The uses and markets for the technology are seemingly unlimited, and in identifying six massive, lucrative and relevant markets to target; off-road; on-road; automotive OEM; rail; aerospace; and consumer electronics, Seeing Machines is positioned to reap rich rewards while making the world a safer and better place for everyone.”

– Lorne Daniels, Research Director (Technology)