Help drive the future of safety

  • Help drive the future of safety

We are calling on people with a drivers license in Canberra to help train our world-leading driver monitoring system software. We need a diverse range of people to participate in sessions, doing normal driving things, and we’ll pay!

Seeing Machines’ DMS technology is used by the world’s biggest car manufacturers around the world, such as General Motors and Mercedes Benz, and as part of its continued development of safety features, needs the help of Canberrans in real-world situations, to train its AI algorithms that add crucial safety and convenience for all car-users.

Seeing Machines relies on naturalistic and simulated data to develop and enhance its world-leading technology, and to refine an expanding range of features which will are being built into cars today. The capture of real-world data enables Seeing Machines’ systems to work for all kinds of people, in all kinds of situations across a vast array of vehicles, to enhance safety. As a result, the company needs a diverse representation of age, gender, demographic and ethnic background.

Seeing Machines is calling for Canberra drivers to participate in a range of paid data collection programs, normally based at the company’s headquarters in Fyshwick, Canberra.

More information about compensation, ongoing data collection programs and how to sign up is here.

“Seeing Machines’ DMS technology is vital to improving safety for vehicle occupants and determining the status of driver and passengers in the car,” said Mike Lenné, Chief Science and Innovation Officer, Seeing Machines. “We exist to get people home safely and that relies on having a robust and sophisticated technology, which can only be achieved using real humans to train the technology.”

COVID-safe protocols have been carefully designed and implemented to ensure the safety of participants and Seeing Machines’ employees.