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Seeing Machines Daily Update: Seeing Machines Limited is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SEE. The last closing price for Seeing Machines was 9.15p.
Seeing Machines Limited has a 4 week average price of 8.45p and a 12 week average price of 8.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.28p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.70p.
There are currently 3,805,617,804 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,384,370 shares. The market capitalisation of Seeing Machines Limited is £325,380,322.24.
skinny: SEE and CAE to deliver Crew Training System. Seeing Machines Limited (AIM: SEE, "Seeing Machines" or the "Company"), the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, is pleased to announce that it has been appointed by CAE Australia ("CAE") to integrate its precision eye-tracking technology, for an Australian defence industry customer. This engagement, valued at A$1m over five years, comes at the end of a successful direct engagement between Seeing Machines and an Australian defence industry innovation program delivered over the past two years. This program exceeded all stakeholder expectations and has opened up several additional opportunities across the defence industry. more.....
base7: Recent share price performance has been disappointing ,especially when we see the strength of the share price of the self styled Kings of DMS! However ,FY 21 ends in 4 weeks & there is the possibility of positive news ahead of that date in various fronts & I remain optimistic & should our share price remain weak ahead of news I will be tempted to buy more ,for the first time since last Aug when they were just over 2.5p Exciting times ahead !
zero the hero: When Paul McGlone made the "imminent" claim and subsequent failure to deliver I took it as just the client wanting the news to be released when it suits them, not SEE. All these big companies will lean on NDA as they want any product to feature in the simulators / planes (or cars) to be "their" product, a reason for their own clients to want to choose them. This is a similar situation with Ford, they have Bluecruise featured as "their" product to combat Supercruise from GM. NDA states that news cannot be released until they decide. We think we know the Auto newsflow to come, but how big will that market share be? Colin Barndon is adamant that Mercedes have gone with a competitor for their DM, but if that is the case, who is the second German company other than BMW that SEE RNS'd? All smoke and mirrors, and it should work to SEE's favour in the future. McGlone has stated the manufacturers are not wanting any one supplier to dominate. Well in todays restricted newsflow, one supplier just may well sneak above and dominate the Auto market share ... we can hope that is SEE. Lastly there is Qualcomm, and they state 30 cars feature their product (with SEE tech)
skinny: DMS award brings OEM customer count to seven. Seeing Machines Limited (AIM: SEE, "Seeing Machines" or the "Company"), the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, has been appointed by an additional global Automotive Tier 1 supplier to deliver its FOVIO Driver and Occupant Monitoring System (OMS) technology to an additional North America-based OEM. Delivered via the Company's embedded Driver Monitoring Engine (FOVIO e-DME software library), this also signals Seeing Machines' first design award for its recently launched Occupant Monitoring System technology, which extends its highly effective attention, distraction, impairment, identification, and other human state measures, from the vehicle driver to vehicle passenger(s) concurrently and also supports a range of interior monitoring features. Mass production is scheduled from late 2022 with an initial lifetime award value of A$7m. Seeing Machines continues to grow as an automotive leader in Driver Monitoring System (DMS) technology, having now won contracts with a total of seven automotive Tier 1 customers for a growing number of programs across seven global carmakers. Nick DiFiore, SVP and GM Automotive commented: "We are delighted to expand our customer base with such a globally capable Tier 1 supplying a highly innovative OEM. I expect this to be the first of many collaboration opportunities as we together target new business across the fast expanding interior monitoring market. "Having articulated our detailed embedded product strategy late last year and launched our OMS roadmap soon after that, receiving this order affirms both our strategic and technology direction, and our continued leadership position in the DMS market."
skinny: Half-year results and financial report. Financial Highlights: -- Operational revenue of A$18.1m (H1 2020: A$15.8m) reflecting comparative growth of 15% on previous period. Underlying revenue growth using constant currencies is 19% year on year (exchange rate as at 1 July 2020). o Aftermarket (Fleet and Off-Road) revenue grew by 17% to A$15m (H1 2020: A$12.9m) o Annualised Recurring Revenues including royalties of A$15.5m, representing growth of 17.4% (H1 2020: A$13.2m) o OEM (Automotive and Aviation) revenue of A$3.1m (H1 2020: A$2.97m), representing a 5% increase on previous period -- Net loss of A$16.8m, representing an improvement of 33% compared with the same period last year (H1 2020: A$24.9m) -- Cash at 31 December 2020 of A$52.3m (31 December 2019: A$47.4m) -- Range of cost-saving initiatives, introduced through height of COVID-19 pandemic, has resulted in improved cost base management aimed at contributing to better operational performance and improved cash balance. OEM Highlights: -- Driver Monitoring System (DMS) technology now firmly established as fundamental to improved safety on roads, underpinned by regulation and standards, as well as to the increasingly smart vehicle interior for carmakers; -- The number of active automotive RFQs (Requests For Quotes) requesting DMS has increased accordingly across major automotive markets; -- Cadillac Escalade by General Motors, is now available on roads with Driver Attention System featuring Seeing Machines technology, bringing total current production vehicles to five, aross three OEM programs; -- Automotive three-pillar embedded product strategy launched to support carmakers with a range of integration options for DMS; -- Seeing Machines now formally working with a range of semi-conductor companies including Qualcomm Technologies and Omnivision Technologies to extend the deliver of its DMS. Aftermarket Highlights: -- Max Verberne appointed to lead the Aftermarket business, bringing a wealth of industry understanding having led telematics businesses for over ten years including with Radius Telematics Australia and Ctrack by Inseego, and has previously managed divisions and channels for Siemens across Australia and New Zealand; -- Business continues to grow despite challenging global conditions as Guardian hardware sales remain consistent with ongoing momentum around safety technology in commercial transport and logistics, and installation rates in Southern Hemisphere, accelerate; -- Guardian connections as at 31 December 2020 of 26,597 represents growth in installed base of over 3,000 units in the six months prior, contributing to unrivalled set of naturalistic driving data which now exceeds 6.3 billion kilometres and underpins ongoing development of the Company's DMS platform technology. Investment Highlights: -- Investment by leading US based insititutional investors has strengthened Seeing Machines' balance sheet and positioned the Company to initiate a range of strategies to support incremental growth objectives across its key transport markets. Outlook: Seeing Machines continues to trade in line with expectations for FY2021. Guardian connections are expected to accelerate as COVID-19 challenges subside with the global vaccine rollout and H2 2021 is expected to see an incremental growth in Aftermarket related revenue. As the Company expects to be in production with existing OEM customers on more than 30 distinct car models within the next two calendar years, the current makeup of Automotive revenue is set to change from NRE (Non-Recurring Revenue) to signficantly higher margin based royalty revenue. Paul McGlone, CEO of Seeing Machines commented: "The first half of FY2021 has been pleasing and we are buoyed by the progress in Fleet, as well as the significant increase in RFQ activity in Automotive across key markets as carmakers ready themselves for mounting safety standards and technology advances inside the cabin, all supported by camera-based DMS. We are now in production on five car models, working across three OEMs, and that is set to ramp up signficantly over the coming two years. "Further, I'm delighted with the interest we are seeing from both UK and US based institutional investors, as DMS becomes more and more relevant across all key Seeing Machines transport sectors. We are now positioned to look beyond the near term and leverage our strengthened balance sheet to grow company opportunities across core markets."
zero the hero: Re 17957, nice find Skinny thanks for posting The cash view is slightly outdated though. As reported here: Https:// the cash position was at A$39m in June 2020 with a cash burn of A$25m but as reported in Half year results and with forward deals and Federated Hermes buying in we have A$53m as 31st December so enough cash for 2 years. Https:// The CEO has recently mentioned that existing orders have been brought forward so cash generation will be faster and more prolific than last reported. I think we may be okay but the company will look to secure the balance prior to it reaching zero. However I'd like to see a statement from him that any cash shortfall will be in the form of a loan rather than another raise from investors. The least we deserve after staying with the company through the lean years.
rjcdc: The sell side is so weak but yet the share price continues to fall, struggling to understand it tbh other than someone accumulating in the background. On the way up the volume was consistently high up to the Qualcomm and trading announcements. Since then, buying has plummeted and there is a trickle of selling which seems to be nudging the share price south. It’s a fickle share that’s for sure. The company should do more to maintain momentum, seems like they’ve gone to ground since the proactive interview. Just gotta wait it out.
skinny: Half year trading update. Seeing Machines Limited (AIM: SEE, "Seeing Machines" or the "Company"), the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, publishes a trading update for the six months to 31 December 2020 ("H1 2021"). The Company expects to report revenue for H1 2021 of A$18.1m (H1 2020: A$15.8m), a 14.6% increase. Total connected Guardian units at 31 December 2020 was 26,597, securing forward Annualised Recurring Revenues including royalties of A$15.5m (H1 2020: A$13.2m, +17.4%). This represents an increase of 3,182 Guardian units in H1 2021 with additional hardware sales of 3,371 units still to be connected. Cash position at 31 December 2020 of A$52.7m (H1 2020: A$38.1m). Driver Monitoring System (DMS) technology continues to gain momentum as it becomes central to safety in all transport sectors. Regulatory and safety bodies in Europe have acknowledged its importance and this trend extends globally as the USA becomes focused on a road safety agenda to address risks posed by emerging semi- and fully-automated vehicle technologies. Seeing Machines continues to grow despite the ongoing disruption caused to its key transport sectors by the global COVID-19 pandemic. FY2021 marks the start of production for two major Automotive OEM programs, one in Europe and one in North America, as well as one of many vehicles from an expanded program for an existing OEM customer, signalling the beginning of meaningful Automotive production royalty revenues. OEM Highlights: -- Three-pillar embedded product strategy launched, targeting the rapidly expanding camera-based interior monitoring market for automotive focused on its FOVIO Chip, the introduction of its Occula(TM) Neural Processing Unit and it's e-DME (embedded Driver Monitoring Engine); -- Three-pillar strategy closely supports carmakers with a range of integration options for industry-leading DMS as they design cars to meet mounting safety standards and deliver more convenience features for their customers; -- Over the next two years, Seeing Machines expects to be in full production with existing OEM customers on more than 30 distinct car models, ranging from world leading technology flagship brands to world sales volume leaders; -- The Company is now formally working with additional global semi-conductor companies, Qualcomm Technologies and OmniVision Technologies, to extend the delivery of its DMS and partnerships within a growing ecosystem of Tier-1 customers; -- Seeing Machines led the DMS industry with its formal launch of Occupant Monitoring System (OMS) technology to the Automotive market; and -- A non-binding MOU was signed with global aerospace and defence technology company, L3Harris Technologies which frames the intent to enter a global non-exclusive license agreement with Seeing Machines' Crew Training System, enhancing pilot training Aftermarket Highlights: -- Fleet revenue of A$15m for H1 2021 a significant contributor to the overall Company result, representing 16% growth on the previous period; -- Guardian (Company Fleet solution) pipeline developed, alongside uninstalled hardware sales from H1 2021, and is expected to generate significantly increased revenue through to 30 June 2021, commensurate with previous periods; -- Naturalistic driving data, a fundamental metric to Seeing Machines' ongoing technology roadmap, collected by Guardian has now reached over 5.8 billion kilometres; -- Distribution partners around the world now totals fifteen across Asia Pacific, Europe, UK, Africa and The Americas. Outlook: Seeing Machines continues to trade in line with expectations for FY2021. Paul McGlone, CEO of Seeing Machines commented: "The first half of FY2021 has been significant for the company and the results are pleasing. Despite the obvious ongoing challenges around the world, we are still seeing growth in our Aftermarket (Fleet) business and our engagement across the OEM business and associated industries (Automotive and Aviation), has never been stronger. We are encouraged by our continued engagement across a number of ongoing RFQs, which have increased significantly in both number and value, since 1 July 2020, to deliver Driver and Occupant monitoring system technology to carmarkers globally. Our expanding ecosystem of partners across the Automotive sector, in particular, is extremely encouraging and we are very positive about the tie-ups with large, global semi-conductor companies that will enable Seeing Machines to provide options and cost-savings for OEMs, especially as regulation really starts to impact delivery schedules. And despite the obstacles we face with momentum in the Aviation industry due to Covid-19, I remain confident that our long-standing collaborations will bear fruit and that Seeing Machines will see growth across this business in the near-term." The Company expects to publish its half year results in March 2021.
cheshire man: The Motley Fool UK @TheMotleyFoolUK · 6m The SEE share price is up 75% in January. Should I sell this hot growth stock now? Https://
mirabeau: Seeing Machines' face tracking technology builds traction in multiple areasToday 10:37 In a note on September 4, 2020, analysts at Cenkos Securities said the company's Occula neural processing unit alongside its new ‘embedded product strategy’ for the automotive market is a “further step change” in delivery of DMS technology. The firm's 'house' broker, which rates the company at 'buy', said the Occula unit “significantly extends” the company’s technology lead, while the brand launch also demonstrated that the company is “stepping up its marketing, having kept relatively quiet about its technology development path for competitive reasons”. Cenkos noted that the technology being applied to the company’s FOVIO chip implementations means “existing FOVIO chip customers can benefit as the processing headroom provided” enables room for new features to be added off the same hardware. “We see the launch of Occula as an exciting development for the company with this step-change in the Seeing Machines technology expected to further the gap from its peers in benchmark testing. It is the result of significant work under the radar and the announcement demonstrates confidence in the company that it has world-class technology not just in DMS but also human tracking and detection”, the broker's analysts said. “This will undoubtedly increase its potential market share in automotive but will also no doubt pique the interest of other technology developers and integrators. Seeing Machines is therefore opening back up from a transportation focussed technology company to a human-machine interface technology supplier which could deliver further significant value to investors which is not reflected in the current share price”, they added. Inflexion points - - Traction in all key areas where Seeing Machines operates - More contracts for DMS technology - Revenues start to build as contracts ramp-up - Demand for new Occula system end
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