Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Seeing Machines Limited LSE:SEE London Ordinary Share AU0000XINAJ0 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -0.49% 5.075 1,379,434 15:17:36
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.05 5.10 5.10 5.075 5.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 17.64 -23.10 -0.93 171
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:13:21 O 50,000 5.072 GBX

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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 5.10p.
Seeing Machines Limited has a 4 week average price of 4.65p and a 12 week average price of 4.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.75p.
There are currently 3,365,214,334 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,964,789 shares. The market capitalisation of Seeing Machines Limited is £170,784,627.45.
tarrant777: Sadly looks as though the share price is going to give back all, or most, recent gains unless and until the Company can assure shareholders that good financial progress is being made and that some of the much anticipated and vaguely referred to major client contract wins have been secured.An expected January trading update may indeed give some considerable comfort to many of the Company's long established and largely patient shareholders who regularly post on this site, but if not, I'm tempted to think that some, like me, will sell at a loss before April to offset gains made elsewhere.
mirabeau: with thanks to CM..appreciated Seeing Machines storms CES Posted on 10th January 2020 All the news coming out of CES is very positive for Seeing Machines and I’m more confident than ever that it’s on target to take 75% of the global DMS market over the next few years. (Naturally, Seeing Machines itself and its broker Cenkos prefer to state a target of 30-40% publicly). The tie-up with Qualcomm was probably the highlight of the show for me and it’s great to hear that they’re both working with a “global premium automaker”. It has been suggested it is a new OEM, if it is I assume a more detailed RNS will eventually be published. Yet the partnership with Qualcomm, apparently at the latter’s instigation, may also be much more significant than many realise. It opens the possibility of marrying industry leading eye-tracking with chips that can go inside mobile devices and VR/AR headsets. It is potentially a huge opportunity and some speculate that a lucrative licence deal is possible for Seeing Machines. (If so, let’s hope it arrives sooner than the “imminent̶1; Aviation licencing deal that we are still waiting for!). Further out, robots/cars should soon be capable of displaying empathy using eye-tracking that can also interpret cognitive load/read facial gestures. With EU safety legislation now law, and other countries set to follow Europe’s lead, the near-term future is increasingly bright for SEE. Indeed, this is a company that should be worth billions right now. Volvo Strangely, though, there has been silence re. Volvo. My industry contacts tell me it has finally decided who will be supplying its DMS and I’m pretty confident it will be Seeing Machines as it’s the only system that can accurately tell if a driver is incapacitated – a feature teased by Volvo in early 2019. I expect it will first feature in the 2021/22 Volvo XC90 but Volvo are staying tight lipped as are Seeing Machines and the likely Tier 1, Bosch. While the share price has been motoring, the next trading update (expected in a week or so) should provide further proof that fleet is set to comfortably beat full-year estimates. This is a stock on the move and I’m increasingly confident that a huge re-rating is just a matter of weeks away. The writer holds stock in Seeing Machines. Posted in Small caps, Technology | Tagged Qualcomm, Seeing Machines | Leave a reply
zero the hero: Is it still over bought Skinny? :-) Https://
blackpudding13: Last time was HH with 18% of the company and it was desperate, it was only cleared when rumours of a takeover were obviously heard by the right people cos we have many more contracts than last year. It just seems to be a que of sellers with this share any decent news and theres a dump and the share price doesnt rise and when theres no news it drops. We have been fed promises of aviation news shortly and RFQs are still live, licensing deals too which have kept the interest of investors but for how long? Where is the holdings rns? Chunky amounts of shares changing hands and I can only assume they are going to an existing ii.
brucie5: What is the 'target share price'? "These Ordinary Shares will be issued at nil cost in five equal tranches commencing on 30 June 2020 and annually thereafter (the "Performance Date"), with each issue conditional on the satisfaction of key conditions including target share price performance prior to each Performance Date."
mirabeau: 'not about to tap the market again'? They've just done that. The real risk is execution. I believe McGlone is a ball-breaker and he won't accept shoddy practices. He seems laser focused. Indeed those who've just supported the recent placing won't accept more failure either. They now want a return on their investment. I believe they'll sell the company when they've secured a considerable portion of their targeted markets though they need see price appreciation first to prevent a low ball bid Those blue-chip contracted revenues are deliciously tempting for any bidder
hazl: Yes but it is likely one of many. Talk about splitting hairs. This is amazing technology I know it,you know it, and EuroNCAP know it.... oh and TIL Logistics in New Zealand know it....ohh and three other major New Zealand based transport operators,know it. Just in the last few months! Ooh....and a leading North American self-driving car company. Based on an initial purchase of A$2.2M, Guardian BdMS is expected to be installed into a significant portion of the self-driving car company's fleet over the coming months, with an option for follow-on purchases under the agreement. OPTION FOR FOLLOW UP PURCHASES... All that from a quick search!
cfb2: The downside is an overhang with selling into any rise and a great deal of risk as to whether SEE make good on these contract wins. SEE have announced they aren't going to break even for another 3-4 years so a great deal of patience is required. I expect you're going to need to wait 2-3 years before any return and that's assuming they don't find another method to shoot themselves in the foot. Having sold after the last fund raising, I'm sitting on the sidelines until we've had a few good trading updates and some of these contracts, that are supposed to be concluded before the end of June, are actually announced. Hopefully Ken Kroeger is replaced by someone competent from the auto industry. If SEE need another round of funding in the next 3 years then the share price is going to be devastated, I'm surprised KK leaving was not a condition of the last fund raising. Even if SEE do everything right they are still dependant on the car manufacturers rolling out their new models with DMS on schedule. And as for Canaccord, they are joint house broker so I'd be sceptical of their 12p target and rumour has it that they have a number of shares to dispose of after the last fund raising. Previous house broker finncap had a 12p target for years.
seeing2020: Posted on LSE a new blog from RE: Safestocks - new posting Takeover endgame in progress for Seeing Machines Posted on 22nd August 2018 I’ve been following the LSE board and I’d like to confirm that I’m as disappointed by the share price fall in Seeing Machines as any other long term holder. I’ve not sold out and would have expected the share price to be much higher by now. Still, the good news is that I still believe SEE is the world’s best DMS supplier and will be snapped up very soon. Let me explain 5 reasons why: 1) The actions of the company. It doesn’t appear to have made any reasonable effort to mitigate the share price fall. Why would any management allow such a fall when it would have been easy to release positive news on contracts/prospects for the coming year? 2) Canaccord Genuity hasn’t released a broker note since January and then kept on reiterating 21p as its target price. However, in July it removed these reiterations. I wonder “Why?”. By any logic a detailed note is overdue (and I hope it won’t be released to merely rubber stamp a low-ball takeover price). Anything below 30p would be criminal in my personal view. 3) Silence from management. I’ve previously found that when the company goes silent on me it is for a good reason. It could be a fundraise but I think the recent bonus to the founders/staff is more likely a golden pat on the back before it is sold. Moreover, if a fundraise was being planned I’d have expected a raft of positive news. 4) I can think of at least 2 Tier 1s that absolutely need Seeing Machines Fovio technology for their businesses. Sources have also previously stated that chip companies will bid for SEE on any move. 5) There have been rumours of share price manipulation by market makers to force the price down. I don’t know the truth of this but AIM is the Wild West of investing, so I’d expect that there is no smoke without fire. Of course selling by Miton won’t have helped. Still, there must have been buying by others so I’d urge Seeing Machines to update its list of top 10 investors on its website. Would Seeing Machines care to comment on this “press speculation”? If not, I think that might be a deafening silence under the present circumstances. The writer holds Seeing Machines stock
abid6814: Last time anything over £10,000 was not awarded. More difficult to guage level of interest this time. Will be interesting to see share price movement pre deadline for private investors to take up the offer.I will probably subscribe for a small top up and then pick up any more if there is short term weakness in the share price which brings it below 5p.I'd much rather it scoot higher!
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