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01/2/2014
20:21
rocket fuel: here is the full text of both links you posted above from july/august 2011. httP://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-2026202/SMALL-CAPS-FOCUS-Seeing-Machines-leads-way-face-tracking-technology.html Seeing Machines leads the way for face-tracking technology By Ian Lyall UPDATED: 10:11, 16 August 2011 It is fitting that Ken Kroeger's tenure as chief executive at Seeing Machines began on the fourth of July as there were fireworks quickly after his arrival. When he took over the share price was bumping around 1.86p. Yet within days it had rocketed to 4.23p and, and remains above 3p today. The blue touch-paper was lit under the stock by a technology paradigm shift – the launch by Toshiba of their first glasses-free 3D laptop, which could pave the way for similar innovations in television. (Tracking your face: Seeing Machines is said to have created a technology that would make it possible to create the world's first dynamic glasses-free 3D TVs) The excitement for followers of Seeing Machines is that the Toshiba Qosmio F750 incorporates the company's faceAPI technology, which allows the computer's camera to track the face and eye movements of the user. This is important as today's high-tech screens trick the brain into thinking it is viewing pictures in three dimensions. The current success with Toshiba is based on a chip produced by a Chinese 3D technology company called SuperD. The opportunities for this technology are massive. Kroeger says the company has developed multiple face tracking that would make it possible to create the world's first dynamic glasses-free 3D TVs. This is quite a game-changer because the current technology doesn't really apply to TV as we often don't watch TV by ourselves. However the real fireworks will come if it can shoe-horn its IP into the chips used in smart-phones - something Seeing Machines is actively pursuing. 'This faceAPI thing is kinda crazy,' Kroeger says. 'Right now the Toshiba deal is significant for us. It runs on an Intel processor. 'But if we had the money and a bit of engineer time, we could migrate this to less powerful processors. 'So in 12-18 months it is realistic to believe we could have this on smart handheld device – iPad, iPhone ... you name it. 'Anything that has a camera can be 3D and driven by this little piece of technology. I think the platform has got some legs.' The Seeing Machines algorithms have also been successfully deployed in another device, called the Driver State Sensor, which detects whether drivers are literally falling asleep on the job. The DSS is attracting a great deal of interest from the world's largest miners which operate fleets of giant earth movers. Driver fatigue is a problem yet safety is of paramount importance, so the DSS has a ready market. This cab-based box and warning system has, to use a pun, been the driving force behind Seeing Machines and its push towards profitability. However, the 'lumpy sales profile' of the DSS business means that just one delayed order can have a material impact on Seeing Machines finances – as June's profit warning illustrated in glorious Technicolor. Continued success for the company means it may require further cash to fund its ambitious plans. And would-be investors need to bear this in mind. What Kroeger must do now is consolidate on the work of the predecessor Nick Cerneaz and provide the company with some real focus. Dealing with the likes of Toshiba, or if it ever happened, perhaps even Apple or Intel, will require commercial acumen as much as the technical brilliance the company has displayed. So there are what the professionals call execution risks associated with Seeing Machines – meaning it might not fully capitalise on the huge opportunities it has created. You sense the sheer enormity of the challenge is starting to sink in. 'It is very hard to measure the market, because the market doesn't exist yet,' Kroeger tells me. 'There are so many uses for this technology that we haven't even thought about yet. 'We are talking to all the big players in the handheld device space. There are some technical challenges there moving it to low output devices, but be if we can get there it will be big. 'If you can move it into an area where you are selling tens or twenty million devices – even at a fraction of dollar a time you are still talking a lot of money.' Seeing Machines at a Glance AIM symbol: SEE Market value: £13.3 million Latest price: 3.25 pence Year-high: 5.35 pence Year-low: 1.38 pence httP://www.proactiveinvestors.com/companies/news/16383/seeing-machines-says-toshiba-launches-first-laptop-with-faceapi-technlogy-16383.html Seeing Machines says Toshiba launches first laptop with faceAPI technlogy 18th Jul 2011, 9:50 am by Andre Lamberti Seeing Machines Ltd (LON:SEE) said Toshiba has launched a laptop incorporating its faceAPI technology and will receive a royalty for each unit sold. The company develops face, eye and facial feature tracking systems for the consumer electronics, scientific and driver safety markets. Toshiba's new Qosmio F750 is the world's first 3D laptop that requires no special glasses for watching movies or playing games in 3D. Seeing Machines said its faceAPI is a key technological component underpinning the glasses-free 3D capability, allowing the laptop's built-in webcam to track the viewer's eye position. Initial reviewers write that the tracking is accurate and quick to respond, and Engadget bloggers wrote that videos they watched on the F750 "were pretty mouth-watering", according to the company. The latest development is a result of Seeing Machines' cooperation with SuperD, a Chinese group developing 3D display technology. In March 2011, Seeing Machines signed a production licence with SuperD for faceAPI, its suite of image-processing modules created specifically for tracking and understanding faces and facial features. "The faceAPI/SuperD solution is being looked at closely by global players in the portable and tablet device market who are interested in this glasses-free liberating capability," the company said in today's ststement, adding: "We believe this launch is the first of many and will provide strong impetus for growth of the faceAPI business particularly in the consumer electronics market." The announcement in March was a reminder that the Seeing Machines business is not just about the DSS driver monitoring equipment that is increasingly rolled out to the mining industry. It had been working together with Shenzen-based SuperD for approximately 12 months during the development of SuperD's new glasses-free 3D display solutions which include Seeing Machines' faceAPI. It had forecast that the first consumer products were expected to be available in mid 2011. The production license agreement sees Seeing Machines receive a royalty for every laptop computer, computer monitor or all-in-one-PC product that contains the SuperD glasses-free 3D display solution incorporating faceAPI. Chief executive Nick Cerneaz said today: "We are very excited to be working with SuperD at the birth of this new imaging modality, and we look forward to further enhancing and enabling faceAPI's 3D visualisation capabilities as we continue to develop the product itself and its markets. This agreement springboards the faceAPI business into consumer-scale license volumes, and underlines the capabilities of the technology to leverage significant licensing revenue into the future," he added
27/4/2015
12:03
heyho2: http://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/seeing-machines-limited-104-1-potential-upside-indicated-by-finncap/412662219Seeing Machines Limited with EPIC LON:SEE had its stock rating noted as 'Reiterates' with the recommendation being set at 'CORPORATE' today by analysts at finnCap. Seeing Machines Limited are listed in the Technology sector within AIM. finnCap have set their target price at 12 GBX on its stock. This indicates the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 104.1% from today's opening price of 5.88 GBX. Seeing Machines Limited LON:SEE has a 50 day moving average of 5.61 GBX and a 200 day moving average of 5.91 GBX. The 52 week high for the share price is currently at 8.35 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 4.05. Seeing Machines Limited LON:SEE is an Australia-based technology company. The Company's principal activities include development and sale of the Driver Safety System (DSS ) to detect and manage driver fatigue and distraction, including continued market development to secure sustainable channels to market for the product; rebranding the faceAPITM and faceLAB research platform as FovioTM, Seeing Machines' computer vision platform; development of commercial opportunities for applications developed using FovioTM ,and research and development of the company's core vision processing technologies to support the development .The Company operates in two geographical segments: Australia and the United States.
03/3/2015
18:52
adamb1978: Decided to sell over the last couple days for a combination of a few reasons which in my view has changed the outlook. I re-read the interims three times and the more I read it the more negatively I viewed them. Reasons for selling as follows: 1) presentation of turnover as per the headlines was absolutely crooked. To include R&D tax credits and FX gains in what you are calling your headline revenue is shocking 2) If you strip these out, turnover increased 4% however H1 last year was unusually low due to the lack of working cap financing (remember that sales were deferred from Dec 13 to Jan 14). So this year they've beaten a poor comparable figure by just 4%?!?!?!? 3) outlook comment: "expect sales revenue for the full financial year to be weighted towards the second half...with full year sales revenue higher than last year. To achieve this we will need to see a continued increase in mining sales and a significant contribution towards the end of the half year from sales of our new DSSFleetTM product." So to achieve a higher turnover figure they need sales to the mining industry to increase but they then say that conditions are challening in that industry AND they need a material contribution from a product which is only being launched in late April 2015 and, was with all product launches, could be delayed (even a 1 week delay would be a problem for them). That tells me that, at best, turnover for the year might be up by say 5%, realistically it will be lower than last year 4) Unlike all previous results, there was no mention in the interims of backlog or systems sales or installed base. What does that tell you? 5) They'll need another equity raising late this year but will be doing it on the back of poor results. Say they do it at 4p per share - A$20m raising at 4p means they need to issue >25% of the current shares outstanding. Depending on sales performance, this might well not be the last either and, if the full year results are poor, you could easily see the share price being say 4p at the time and the equity raising being done at 2.5p - 3p 6) As mentioned above, the inventory issue is worse than it seems as its not even inventory - its work in progress. 7) gross margins are declining - 46% in H1 from 60% last year, though the commentary suggests some of this is a one-off reduction. However use of distributors naturally leads to lower gross margins (think supermarkets - the ultimate distribution companies). This is made even more of an issue by opex rapidly increasing As a result of the above, I think the odds are now stacked to the downside. I think it somehow needs to get to A$60m turnover before you can have confidence that this will show a profit, and thats probably 4-8 years away. (cashflow breakeven is even further away given the increasing spend on intangibles). The increasing share count means that if turnover for the next four years increases by say 30%-40% per years then by 2019 you might have a company making 0.1p-0.2p per share, so trading on a 25x-50x PE at today's prices - thats then only cheap if it continues to grow the top line at those similar rates for a few years beyond. THis has parallels with CLean Air Power (CAP) a company which seemed to be destined for great things with big name customers and a product which seemed to be well positioned for the future. SEE is in fact in a harder position than CAP as there are so many competitors out there doing the same thing as SEE and its very difficult to assess why SEE should be the winnder rather than the others. All the best for those who continue to hold but the interims for me were the turning point. To me the downside looks like being up to 100% and I cant see that the upside a multi-bagger. Best bet in my view is that they end up as a niche supplier to the mining industry, have to cut back opex massively and get acquired by someone, but that would be at a lower value than the current £50m market cap. Adam
25/6/2013
20:45
curlly: Very surprised to see share price lower at end of day, could be more down side after a good rise of late. Then onwards and back up to new highs hopefuly.
27/7/2014
00:28
melody9999: Seems clear that MMs must be filling one or more large sell orders. They will not get reported until the complete order is filled. So although we can see buys outnumbering sells, the share price will not respond until the sell orders are filled. Its an ideal opportunity to buy at a low price if you do not already hold; if you do hold then it is a case of sitting it out. I would also suggest to SEE that releasing an RNS with 3 distinct pieces of good news in one RNS is not smart. It is rather like the reverse of a 'kitchen sink' RNS - where a company advises of all bad news at one time. In that scenario the company is seeking to minimise the adverse impact on its share price. In this case the '3 in 1' RNS means SEE are minimising the positive impact that they could have achieved on their share price by releasing separate RNS. Unless of course they have so much good news in the pipeline that they can foresee more positive RNS in the next few weeks.
04/12/2014
09:27
mirabeau: Seeing Machines (LON:SEE) Share price: 5.62p No. shares: 827.6m Market Cap: £46.5m Placing & Open Offer - It's very surprising that this Australian technology company has come back to the market for more cash, so soon after raising more than it apparently needed just under a year ago. Today's announcement explains why - it reads very positively, with "more than 10" automotive OEMs interested in potentially developing products using Seeing Machines eye and face tracking equipment to detect & alert when driver fatigue occurs. There's no doubt that widespread adoption of this technology will be a wonderful thing, saving many lives on the roads. The technology is already proven in the mining trucks sector, and is now likely to find its way into trucks, coaches, and cars. Insurance companies might play a part in accelerating its adoption. So an exciting company & opportunity. However in the meantime, the company is cash burning, so the shares are clearly quite speculative still at this stage. It seems to be 103m Placing shares at 5.5p, and another 18.2m Open Offer shares also at 5.5p. The discount to the market price is minimal, and the Placing was over-subscribed. This represents an enlargement of the share capital by about 14.6%, which looks fine to me. That can be done without an EGM, as there is existing authority to allot up to 15% of additional shares. My opinion - although this fundraising has raised many eyebrows, I think on balance it's the right thing to do. This company is the world leader in this technology, so they have an opportunity to really go for it, and that is the right thing to do. History is littered with companies that had a great technology, and a lead over the competition, but squandered the opportunity through being too cautious. So personally, for what it's worth, I am supportive of Seeing Machines' strategy to grasp the opportunity they have. It's almost impossible to value the company at this stage. Given the size of the opportunity globally, I don't see the market cap as being excessive at this level. 54802622e1a8aScreenshot_2014-12-04_at_09 HTTP://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-4-dec-2014-amo-see-88378/#sthash.lfn4MEOj.dpuf
22/5/2015
12:58
woodaldo: Mira, dilution isn't always the enemy. This is AIM, and companies rely on placing to help grow their companies. You keep going on about dilution, but that was last year, another company I am invested in, XTR, has done 3 in the last 6 weeks and has over double the number of shares in issue than SEE does. And guess what its share price has more than doubled in that period, and will probably go up more again. That's because the placing money was put to good use, as it has on SEE. AIM is news driven. As soon as SEE start releasing positive news this will rise despite the dilution. SEE was always a long play, and I see very similar pattern to last summer, although I suspect the next time this climbs it won't be falling back down.
08/8/2014
17:50
heyho2: www.-.com/content/small-cap-value-report-8-aug-2014-puri-rcn-see-hyc-85233/Seeing Machines (LON:SEE)Share price: 4.25pNo. shares: 822.23mMarket Cap: £34.9mThis is a small Australian company, listed on AIM, which has developed, and is selling into the mining sector, devices which read the faces & eyeballs of vehicle drivers, and sound an alert when they are over-tired or not looking at the road.There was considerable excitement around this company late last year, which coincided with a Placing at 5p. The size of the Placing grew rapidly as there was so much investor appetite for it, and the company ended up raising £16m, which was far more than it had initially hoped to raise.As a result, the business plan has been completely changed. Instead of being a small, lean operation that was set to move into profit, and had its R&D funded by partners, it has now become a more heavily cash burning, more blue sky company. This seems to have (understandably) scared off some investors, and of course the stampeding herd of speculators who were so active over the winter of 2013/14 are nursing their bruises in a corner somewhere at the moment, after practically all speculative stocks have sold off considerably since Feb/Mar 2014.A series of positive announcements about business partners, etc, have been issued in recent weeks, including one today about a JV with a S.American company. There has also been a very interesting announcement about the potential roll-out of the technology into trucks, being trialled by a S.African insurance company. To my mind that's probably the most exciting development, as if this trial is successful it could lead to insurance companies eventually requiring the fitting of the Seeing Machines product into cabs, since it prevents accidents.In the current market, nobody is interested, the shares are just drifting down regardless of what announcements come out. However, in my view this type of sell-off is an ideal opportunity to pick up companies that have been putting out good news, and in this case is now less than half the price it was 8 months ago. Plus it's cash backed (for the time being anyway).So at 4.25p per share it's looking attractive again, in my opinion. Sooner or later another speculative surge will occur, and people who like the story will rush to get back in again once it's moving up - have you noticed how people only seem to like buying shares that are going up?! Personally I like to buy before they start moving up, once the valuation is right, as you can buy as many as you like at the price you like.This share is speculative obviously, so not for everyone. However the cash backing, and increasing sales, mean that it's a proper growth company, not completely blue sky. I have held these shares continuously for about a year in my long term portfolio, but have now started buying them for my shorter term portfolio too. DYOR as usual.Looking at the chart, maybe I should wait until it hits 3p before buying more, but given the large fundraising at 5p in Nov/Dec 2013, I suspect that 4p might possibly be at or near the bottom for the share price. However, that depends on what other people in the market decide to do, so it's just a guess on my part really.
20/4/2015
11:45
mirabeau: It's been 7 months of absolute price inertia. That might suit those who can afford to hang around until doomsday but I can't afford such a luxury. Yes, the company is making great strides 'on the ground' but if it's not feeding through to the share price then shareholders are not seeing the benefits I thought the sub 15% share placing was a tad sneaky in that it didn't require shareholder approval which does suggest the placing was not for a specific amount of funding to execute their plans but for an amount of funding that didn't require our approval. Ken's obviously a 'switched on' and experienced tech business-man but he's running a listed business not a private one and therefore his responsibilities extend beyond not simply of the business itself but also to improving the share price. I just want 10p and then i wanna move on and spare people the daily grind of my outpourings KEN, JUST GIVE US SOME NEWS FFS. BUY SOME SHARES FFS. PUT YOUR HAND IN YOUR OWN POCKET AND NOT THE SHAREHOLDERS POCKET
18/9/2014
18:44
mirabeau: The Insider: City deals uncovered By Lee Wild | Thu, 18th September 2014 Seeing Machines' surprise seller Seeing Machines (SEE) has struck a number of big deals in recent weeks and the share price has doubled since early August to 8p. But the face and eye-tracking technology company isn't expected to make an annual profit until 2017, and the share price is susceptible to short-term swings in sentiment. Heavy share-dealing has an impact, too. No surprises, then, that director Mike Roberts' decision to flog 8.5 million shares at 6.22p brought the price back down to earth. Roberts, a former investment banker, has owned a big stake in the company since it floated in 2005, and even after this substantial sale has about five million left. Seeing Machines cited personal reasons for the sale. We've made enquiries but have been unable to find out more. This latest sale comes five months after London-based Roberts offloaded 2.19 million shares to Ken Davis, Seeing Machines' new senior vice president of sales & marketing. Despite these sales, the potential here remains both exciting and substantial. Broker finnCap has slapped a 12p price target on the shares. With big opportunities in both automotive and consumer electronics, that still looks achievable. It will, however, require patience. From eye eye eye

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