Computer vision technology firm Seeing Machines has secured a programme design win, it announced on Monday, working with a major Tier 1 partner with a global US-headquartered automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
Computer vision technology firm Seeing Machines warned investors on Monday that a recent shipping delay has caused the company to lower its full-year sales estimates by as much as A$13m.
Computer vision technology firm Seeing Machines announced on Friday welcomed recommendations on road safety issued by the European Commission.
AIM-quoted computer vision technologies firm Seeing Machines has significantly extended an agreement with Western Australia based distributor Connect Source to deliver a further 2,500 units of the company's fleet product, Guardian.
(WebFG News) - Computer vision technologies firm Seeing Machines announced on Thursday that it has been awarded a contract with a German automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
Computer vision technologies firm Seeing Machines watched pre-tax losses widen in its most recent trading half, despite skyrocketing revenues and the signing of several high profile partnerships.
AIM-listed Seeing Machines confirmed on Friday that it is in talks to deliver its FOVIO Driver Monitoring Systems to an additional new automotive original equipment manufacturer.
Seeing Machines reported an uptick in total contract value from its fleet division on Thursday, as it published an update on the division, as well its rail and off-road wings ahead of the release of its interim results next month.
Seeing Machines, an industry leader in computer vision technologies, announced on Thursday that Technologica Information Technology, its exclusive partner in the Middle East, has won two "major" Guardian deals in 2017, in the Middle East and Russia.
Seeing Machines, an industry leader in computer vision technologies, revealed it has been working with Emirates on a study to better understand how pilots interact and monitor instruments that could pose potential safety risks on flights.
Wall Street's main averages were seen starting the day in lacklustre fashion amid a dearth of fresh market moving news, with investors having largely brushed off weak trade numbers out of China overnight.
Seeing Machines, an industry leader in computer vision technologies announced Tuesday it was set to beat full-year earnings forecasts thanks to other income accruals and bumper Fleet sales growth.
Vision based human sensing technology development company Seeing Machines announced its first UK multi-year services contract on Thursday with FreshLinc, a large temperature controlled distributor.
Shares in Seeing Machines are down more than 12% after the company swung to a first-half loss on moving from a direct-to-market model in mining to a royalty arrangement with Caterpillar.
Seeing Machines Ltd's shares are up almost 6% after it won a multi-year services contract with US-based Shamrock Foods Co.
Technology company Seeing Machines announced on Friday that, further to its announcement on 13 December, valid acceptances of the Australian and overseas offers had been received in respect of £1.4m, through the issue of 35,695,382 new ordinary shares at a price of 4p apiece.
AIM-quoted technology company Seeing Machines has entered a global distribution partnership with MiX Telematics, which is a global provider of fleet and mobile asset management solutions.
Designer and developer of vision-based driver monitoring systems, Seeing Machines, announced the introduction of its first generation FOVIO embedded hardware chip on Thursday.
Seeing Machines swung to a half year profit as a licencing deal with Caterpillar boosted revenue.
Seeing Machines, an AIM-listed vehicle operator monitoring technology company, confirmed the resignation of James Walker as chief financial officer (CFO) and executive director.