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Seeing Machines is a world leader in the development of computer vision related technologies that help machines understand people by tracking and interpreting human faces and eyes.
Our core face- and eye-tracking software algorithms are instrumental components within our own commercial products and are also licensed to other organisations for embedding into their product and service offerings.
Our software and engineering services are being applied to important products and applications that range from devices that manage eye disease and prevent loss of eyesight to those that help improve road safety and save lives. Today, Seeing Machines’ focus is on deploying our computer vision technologies worldwide, in:
Core to our philosophy, is to partner with the best in our chosen markets. The path from concept to commercial success requires working with the best people with a common goal and purpose, to save lives.
Seeing Machines Limited is incorporated in Australia and conducts its business primarily in Australia, with an increasing level of activity in North America and South America.
Please note that the rights of shareholders may differ from those of shareholders of a company which is incorporated in the United Kingdom. The rights of shareholders in Seeing Machines Limited are governed by Australian Corporations legislation, the company’s constitution and the AIM Rules for companies.
Seeing Machines Limited (AIM: SEE) is listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
Seeing Machines has 1,486,455,161 ordinary shares on issue with voting rights. No shares are held in treasury. A total of 19,015,767 shares are held by Seeing Machines Executive Share Plans Pty Ltd, as trustee under a share trust plan. These shares have voting rights, meaning the total number of voting rights is equal to the number of shares on issue.
Last updated on 16 February 2017
Insofar as Seeing Machines Limited is aware, the percentage of the Company’s shares not in public hands is 15%.
There are no restrictions on the transfer of shares.
|Shareholder||% of Total Shares in Issue|
|Hunter Hall Investment Management||17.49%|
|VS International Venture Pty. Ltd.||11.75%|
|Royal Bank of Canada||3.48%|
|Investec Asset Management Limited||3.07%|
(So far as the Company is aware, based on notifications received as at 16 February 2017)
All our notifications to AIM and notices sent to shareholders in the last 12 months are available on the Announcements section of our website
Seeing Machines is not subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers. As a company incorporated in Australia, Seeing Machines is governed by Australian Corporations legislation. The Australian Corporations Act 2001 provides that, in general terms, once a person controls more than 20 percent of the shares of an Australian public company, they must make a takeover offer. There are a number of exceptions to this general rule, set out in Chapter 6 of the Corporations Act.
The Admission Document related to the listing of Seeing Machines on AIM on 1 December 2005 is available below. Please note that by clicking this link you acknowledge that:
Admission Document View pdf
A copy of our current Constitution is located here.
Constitution View pdf