Human-Machine Interface Design workshop at AutoUI

Safety Recommendations for Bus Industry Taskforce

With a mission to get everyone home safely, Seeing Machines was devasted to hear of the recent tragedy of the fatal Hunter Valley bus crash in Australia's New South Wales (NSW), where 10 people lost their lives. Our CEO, Paul McGlone, wrote to the newly created NSW Bus Industry Task Force to emphasise that much is being done here in Canberra, and around the world, to mitigate the risks of drowsy and distracted driving in all road-going vehicles.

Incorporating synthetic data in driver monitoring development

We’re joining forces with Swedish startup Devant to accelerate development and training of our Machine Learning networks that underpin our advanced in-cabin sensing technology.

Do not believe your eyes – A Seeing Machines white paper

Tim Edwards, co-founder and VP strategy, explores Seeing Machines' considered approach to synthetic data in development of driver monitoring product development.

At the intersection of the science of understanding human behaviour, a rapidly evolving vehicle safety market with cost and timing pressures, and the absolute need to increase real-world driver safety (ultimately reducing road accidents, injuries, and fatalities), we (like the industry at large) are continually seeking to further evolve our approach to Driver Monitoring design and development. One of the more controversial elements in this evolution is the use of synthetic (or computer generated) data.

UK drivers respond to Driver Monitoring System survey

Collins Aerospace and Seeing Machines join forces in Aviation

Seeing Machines has signed an exclusive, perpertual licence Agreement with Collins Aerospace which will see the two companies jointly develop pioneering eye-tracking solutions for the Aviation industry.

Monitoring vehicle occupants through rear-view mirror-mounted camera

Driver and passenger monitoring system development has been given a boost through a partnership between two of the industry leaders.

A sword and shield: How technology helps RFT “deliver outcomes”

For Darren Wood, General Manager of leading Australian based road transport business Ron Finemore Transport (RFT), knowing its drivers are safe and protected from fatigue and distraction by sophisticated technology means his teams’ operations have one less thing to worry about.

Safe and sustainable transportation: equalising the opportunities

Max Verberne, GM of Aftermarket at Seeing Machines, discusses how technology is the key to helping the transport sector become more sustainable – and safer.

Guardian of the long-haul galaxy: a DMS to change the game for driver safety

Seeing Machines’ Kyle Wilson, Senior Scientist and Team Lead, Human Factors, and Megan Mulhall, Research Scientist, Human Factors, address the benefits for long-haul fleet operators of having a cutting-edge driver state monitoring system solution in place.

Analog Devices works with Seeing Machines to enhance safety on roads

Analog Devices, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADI), a global semiconductor leader, and Seeing Machines (LSE:SEE), an advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, announced a collaboration in support of high-performance driver and occupant monitoring system (DMS/OMS) technology.