I can understand why you get frustrated as you live and breathe see. All the research is appreciated and patience will be richly rewarded. GL all.
Gartner - good insight
http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2015/06/22/134501-gartner-names-seeing-machines-as-2015-cool-vendor-automotive-electronics.html CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA -- June 22, 2015: Gartner, the world's leading information technology research company, has named Seeing Machines, (AIM: SEE), the AIM-listed company with a focus on operator monitoring and intervention sensing technologies and services, in its exclusive May 5, 2015 "Cool Vendor in Automotive Electronics" report by James F. Hines and Werner Goertz. MORE INFO The Best Car Buyer's Guide The Cool Vendors profiled in the report "have developed innovative technology in the areas of human-machine interface, embedded vision processing and laser-based sensing for automotive applications." Seeing Machines' proven computer-vision technology that tracks driver eye and facial movement is currently used in the mining and fleet industries. The Company is working in partnership with Boeing, Electo Motive Diesel and Takata to expand into aerospace and rail and is also expected to deploy into passenger cars as early as 2016. In the report, Gartner wrote: "By monitoring a driver's gaze, the potential impact of fatigue, lack of focus on traffic or severe health events become detectable in real time, triggering: an alert to the driver and dispatch/monitoring staff; an automated response by the vehicle electronics (come to safe stop or flashing lights, for example); an automatic alert to emergency services in a case of a life-threatening health event; and drive event recordings for later forensic analysis." The report continued, "In addition to driver safety, the automobile HMI is an important growth area for hands-free UIs: legacy controls, such as lights, wipers and windows, and the introduction of infotainment, mobile communications and navigation require a richer set of instructions and commands." Ken Kroeger, CEO of Seeing Machines, added "Seeing Machines' inclusion in this report is great third party recognition of our technology. Distracted and fatigued driving in the mining and fleet sectors is a hazard faced by many professionals with implications to the general public. However, it's not just a problem in those industries. Our R&D teams are hard at work understanding how to best deploy this lifesaving technology in a number of different industries. We are looking to continue to innovate and create technologies that make life safer and more productive."
This is the way they will go
http://www.busandcoachbuyer.com/telematics-integration-key/ Could the above signpost the direction of SEE and TomTom? Connected, connected, connected
This is interesting
https://www.linkedin.com/in/markpenman Mark Penman who is a new SVP for SEE (started last month) is still working for TomTom as well : Tempe, Arizona Wireless Current : Seeing Machines, TomTom SVP Sales Seeing Machines June 2015 – Present (2 months) Director, Business Development TomTom February 2010 – Present (5 years 6 months) - Why would TomTom agree to such an arrangement? Are we now in bed with TomTom? God, this bloody company is intriguing and at the same time exceptionally taxing on the emotions.. Nice link up
I would hate
to have to eat humble pie as I find it pretty indigestible, but if I have to take tunggie's advice I will give you all fair warning as this seems to be a falling knife. I don't understand why though as surely the ii's and mm's have enough shares at low prices for them to release it? Mirabeau, I am joining your camp. 8 trades in one day is hardly earth shattering volume.
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