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 Makes the Case for Safety

This week, Seeing Machines was pleased to submit comments to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as it seeks to update the New Car Assessment Program. Seeing Machines exists to get people home safely. Our RFC submission gives us an opportunity to prove how we do it.

Guardian’s enhanced tracking now optimised to continue tracking when facial features are obscured

Some may say that face masks have become a fashion accessory during the pandemic, and for many, they are now ‘part and parcel’ of their average workday.

Seeing Machines launches ANU PhD Fellowship

Welcome to the Seeing Machines ANU PhD Fellowship Program.

2022 marks the inaugural year for this program and we are delighted to be partnering with the Australian National University to enhance our industry leading vision-based monitoring technology.

New Guardian Live web app displays vehicle fatigue risk for fleet managers

Seeing Machines is thrilled to announce that our new Guardian Live web application is live.

Guardian Live is a web application that enables fleet managers to view and interact with the data generated by the driver fatigue and distraction systems installed in their vehicles.

The latest US traffic fatalities figures indicate an alarming upward trend

The figures from the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released yesterday estimated that there were 31,720 fatalities from motor vehicle traffic crashes for the first nine months of 2021, compared to 28,325 fatalities for the corresponding period in the previous year, representing an increase of 12%.

Canberra drivers urgently needed to train AI algorithms to improve safety for vehicle occupants

Seeing Machines is developing its AI powered life-saving feature set across its industry leading Driver Monitoring System (DMS) technology and is calling on local families in Canberra to help train the software.

DMS the ‘awakening giant’ of ADAS safety

Automakers are now investing heavily in advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) development. These products are seen by many within the industry as a crucial first step towards the automotive sector’s Vision Zero ambitions.

Seeing Machines and Collins collaborate to deliver our eye-tracking solutions across the Aviation industry

Seeing Machines is proud to announce a collaboration agreement with the world’s largest Tier 1 Avionics company, Collins Aerospace (Collins).

Seeing Machines and Airservices Australia pioneering use of eye-tracking technology

Despite widespread challenges that have curtailed the aviation industry in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the global aviation market is expected to continue to grow at a significant rate post-2021 and beyond.

Airliner World: “The eyes have it” by Capt. Matt Gray

Flying an aircraft is a visual task, with up to 90% of the necessary information being gathered through the pilot’s eyes. In order to make sense of an increasingly dense visual environment in a modern aircraft, a pilot must learn and perfect the skill of an instrument scan using modern flight instruments.

Flying safer by preventing aviation accidents

Eye tracking technology has a definitive role to play in both flight simulators and on the line.

Gaze scanning and eye tracking technology have evolved from an exciting research area to everyday reality, with Seeing Machines’ Driver Monitoring Systems installed in new car models, trucks, and off-road vehicles all over the world.