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Seeing Machines unveils renewed supplier agreement with US chip firm Xilinx for its FOVIO Chip

The group will be exhibiting its FOVIO chip driver monitoring systems technology at Automotive World in Tokyo on the Xilinx stand

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Seeing Machines Limited (LON:SEE) has announced a renewed supplier agreement with US chip firm Xilinx, which will supply the AIM-listed firm’s FOVIO Chip directly to automotive Tier 1 customers that are pre-approved by Seeing Machines

The news came in a statement in which the advanced computer vision technology company, that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, said it will be exhibiting its FOVIO chip driver monitoring systems (DMS) technology at Automotive World in Tokyo, Japan's largest exhibition for advanced automotive technologies, on the Xilinx stand.

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The solution includes DMS software, acceleration IP and application interfaces on Xilinx silicon which forms a cost-effective and power-efficient DMS Application Specific Standard Product (ASSP).

The FOVIO Driver Monitoring Chip solution enables customers to quickly and seamlessly integrate pre-validated DMS solutions into their advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and semi-automated driving systems.

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