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We can do nothing other than wait for SEE to update the market as to the progress of the RFQ process. We can post all the articles we like but it makes little difference.
Going forward, we may see the wider equity market embrace a tad more risk now Marxist Labour's been put back in its box so that should help loss-making AIM companies that show superb promise ie SEE. An increased flow of institutional risk capital into SEE stock would be most welcome to reflect the reduction in political risk since last week. Don't underestimate the wholesale damage a Marxist PM would have done to the stock-market. Dodged a bullet there thank god. The innate common sense and moral decency of the British people has saved us all a lot of money
To me it doesn't matter who JLR are going with if it is not us. What does concern me is that they have decided to go either in-house or with A N Other and they are complying with the new ENCAP rules. And other OEMs will do similar . We might have great tech and maybe even the best , but if we are not selling it to then we are not making a profit. Manufacturers now have a couple of years to introduce DMS and they can afford a few extra tech staff to develop a reasonable system. Maybe not the best, but an acceptable one. Where does that leave SM? Smaller car companies ( the likes maybe of RR?) I think we need a big push in Fleet and aviation to take us to profitability but I don't know where we go after that . I am unsure about Team 300. I have held for well over 5 years and will continue holding but am no longer topping up and am starting to look elsewhere for new investment. Just my Sunday morning thoughts.
DMS but not IR DMS. Obviously, SEYE hasn't enough time to deal with JLR as it's got every one onto the the job of trying to make it's convenience DMS into safety DMS for its next door neighbour who believes if it hangs on a bit, it will overcome its inferior algorithms, lack of Dr Mike and Tim et al (which is SEE's strongest point possibly) and almost total lack of data to help improve its tech and it will become safety DMS. Maybe Volvo had better change its title from Vision 2020 to Vision 20maybebut maybe 21something as until it's actually done it's not certain that any company (that hasn't already done it) will fail in its goal. Some will fail, big time!
Running through the standard equipment levels, the S opens things with 18-inch wheels and a space-saver spare wheel (you can option a full-size spare if you delete the seven-seat layout), auto LED headlights, auto wipers, electric front seats, sliding second row seats, manual seat adjustment for third row, vegan leather trim, dual-zone climate control, and a standard-fit safety pack consisting of auto emergency braking (AEB), adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane keeping assistance, Running through the standard equipment levels, the S opens things with 18-inch wheels and a space-saver spare wheel (you can option a full-size spare if you delete the seven-seat layout), auto LED headlights, auto wipers, electric front seats, sliding second row seats, manual seat adjustment for third row, vegan leather trim, dual-zone climate control, and a standard-fit safety pack consisting of auto emergency braking (AEB), adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane keeping assistance, driver fatigue monitor, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera and traffic sign recognition., front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera and traffic sign recognition.
JAGUAR LAND ROVER LTD 2019-12-12 DISPLAY CONTROL APPARATUS AND METHOD The present disclosure relates to a display control apparatus (1) for dynamically controlling the display of information in a vehicle (3). The display control apparatus (1) comprises a controller (12) having at least one electronic processor (13). The at least one electronic processor (13) is configured to control first and second displays (4, 5). In dependence on a determined gaze direction of the vehicle driver, the at least one electronic processor (13) controls a switching module (16) to cause a first information data set (INF1) displayed on said first display (4) to be displayed on said second display (5). The present disclosure also relates to a method of controlling the display of information in a vehicle (3).
The first image sensor 17-1 is located in a dashboard 21 below a centre-point of the front windshield WE, and the second image sensor 17-2 is located near a bottom corner of the front windshield WF on the driver side of the vehicle 3. The first and second image sensors 17-1, 17-2 are oriented inwardly into the occupant compartment 2. The first and second image sensors 17-1, 17-2 have respective first and second field of view matrices. In operation, the first and second image sensors 17-1, 17-2 each generate image data which is output to the image processing unit 19. The first and second image sensors 17-1, 17-2 are configured to detect the driver and determine a point of origin in three-dimensional coordinate space based on the position of the driver's head. The orientation of the driver's head can also be determined more accurately to model the gaze direction and/or to determine an approximate eye position for use by an eye-tracking mechanism. The position and orientation of the driver's head can be referred to collectively as the "head pose". The eye-tracking mechanism tracks the driver's eyes so as to determine an angular direction of the driver's target line of sight with respect to a fixed reference (known as "gaze direction"). In the present embodiment, the tracking data DAT1 comprises head pose data and gaze direction data. The tracking data DAT1 is output from the eye tracking apparatus 11 to the display control apparatus 1. The head pose data and the gaze direction data can be combined to form a gaze vector representing a line of sight of the driver. https://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?II=0&ND=3&adjacent=true&locale=en_EP&FT=D&date=20191212&CC=US&NR=2019377534A1&KC=A1#