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Seeing Machines on the leading edge of the driver monitoring revolution

Seeing Machines Limited's (LON:SEE) chief scientific officer of human factors Professor Mike Lenné tells Proactive London's Andrew Scott the business is now moving into a very heavy execution phase.

''We've always been developing the core technology, that is the ability to track where someone's looking ... what we've added is really what we need to service the markets ... the ability to look inside the driver's head''.

''To assess whether or not someone's tired, distracted, over-worked or zoning out and that's taken a fair bit of effort but we've seen now that we have those features, OEMs are buying those features  and the European policies and regulations are demanding that vehicles have those features .. so it's all coming together''.

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