The latest reporting under SASB standards and Modern Slavery Acts in the UK and Australia.

Seeing Machines exists to get people home safely and this purpose underpins everything we do. We continue to make a growing and positive impact on transport safety, with over 1.3 million cars and more than 54 thousand trucks on the road today featuring our life-saving technology, enhancing employee engagement. We are committed to enhancing our impact into the future.

In FY2023, we crossed the revenue threshold for mandatory reporting under the UK’s Modern Slavery Act but have not yet reached the threshold for mandatory reporting under Australia’s Modern Slavery Act. Nevertheless, Seeing Machines recognises the importance of transparency on this important issue and embraces the opportunity to prepare a report under both Acts.

Below you will find our latest Sustainability Report and Modern Slavery Act Statement.


FY 2023 Reporting

Sustainability Report

We present our first Sustainability Report under the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Standards for the Software and IT Services Industry, which covers the period from 1 July 2022, to 30 June 2023 (FY 2023).

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Modern Slavery Act Statement

This is our first Modern Slavery Statement and it discusses the approach and steps we have taken to identify, and mitigate the risks of modern slavery to our supply chain and our business. We report under the Modern Slavery Act in the UK and Australia.

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