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Since truck mirrors are as aerodynamic as dumbo's ears. I see that in Europe (not legal in US yet) that the current trend towards cameras on stalks on the outside, the with tall thin portrait screens mounted on the A-pillar is the way to go The driver's side screen can easily host the camera and processing. Expect to see these across most truck brands very soon. Our problem is knowing if DMS is included.
As ever Sandy great post, I try to stay away from the boards these days. The research is done and you don't need anyone showing seeds of doubt, all that matters is whether the story changes from the path the research suggested. Yes the path may get slowed down ie the response to a flue type virus. Or the actions the company takes but that are outside the research and expectations, thankfully these have been to the positive side as being a step ahead of the general research.
While. PM will be aware that a strong statement will underpin our SP & hopefully it to regain recent highs ,the FY20 trading update is exactly that &mY therefore relate only to the Y/E & include no comment regarding future prospects .In the past they have issued separate updates regarding current & expected trading based on what is currently known .We have to hope that a fair amount of the new Qualcomm business ($1bill) relates to products including our software
I take solace when green blobs appear, they obviously have an agenda and if that agenda is to make us sell, which i won't, you have to wonder why?
Why make pi's sell shares in a tech company that's.
- Being driven via legislative change. - Required as part of the Human Machine Interface for partially automated vehicles. - Already in GM, Ford ( Via Veoneer) and Mercedes. See RNS - Presented for BMW at CES... See RNS - Part of the Qualcomm Snapdragon Ride software stack. See RNS - Licenced by Omnivision. See RNS. - Has an Mou with L3 harris to provide eye tracking to their sims. See RNS.. - Has a contract to provide Eyetracking systems for the RAAF via CAE... See RNS - Fleet appears to be doing well and increasingly bringing in more revenue with partnerships with insurance firms. Hopefully more details about this in the august update.
So i'll reiterate, why should we sell our shares in this burgeoning tech stock unless someone else wants them...
Remember, Paul stated ii's can only buy on market. So it's no surprise they want our shares and they'll do anything to get them. Dropping the SP to make them seem worthless is one strategy, reiterating this with disinformation is all part of the plan.
Please, please, do your own research, the info above is easily attainable, but you need to decide which side of the fence you fall. Green blob with no proof of claims, or well informed investor!
Listening to the radio on Wednesday morning, a guest contributor was asked what the difference in mind-set was between individuals who are successful and those who are not? He replied, “The successful are prepared to do what the unsuccessful are not.”
Bearing that in mind, perhaps some readers of this board have seen the TV programme SAS Who Dares Wins. For those unfamiliar with the programme, it's a series of challenges designed to test the body, break the spirit, and disrupt the mind of those 'lucky' enough to take part.
Well, a lady I know did take part in one particular series. She completed every challenge and went on to win the whole shing-bang! And that radio interview got me thinking. You see, relative to most of her fellow competitors, that lady wasn't very big or very strong. But what did impress was her mind-set. There was nothing those ex SAS guys could inflict on her that shifted her focus. Her mind was set to succeed.
Our brain - our mind - is a fascinating organ. It can be an asset one day; a liability the next. Within our emotional mix, we have to decide if the information we're being fed is true or false, because now, more than ever, there are so many crooks trying to influence our thinking. The techniques used can range from the obvious to the very subtle. One instance - not so subtle - is when yet another amateur Prophet of Doom turns up on this board and offers advice like, “Best sell up!” That's a half-arsed attempt to mess with our minds (some minds).
Now, while I in no way wish to compare my own mental resilience to that of my Who Dares friend, I do know exactly what has to be done here to win. Anyone who has researched Seeing Machines at any length will understand we've now crossed the threshold into world-wide markets. Even better, in one particular field we have the tail-wind of legislation pushing us on (if you're new to this board, that legislation is the same legislation Seeing Machines helped the E.U. create - wink, wink).
So, 'friendly' advice such as, “Best sell up!” is naive to the point of being Chaplinesque in its entertainment value. Such advice ignores our prime position in the market; completely misses the class of companies adopting our technology; and totally disregards the fact that the 'stuff' Seeing Machines sell is THE KEY COMPONENT of a globally disruptive technology.
But, credit where credit's due, our Prophet of Doom did get one thing right. One day I will sell up - but that will be when my mind-set has completely changed and, more importantly, it will be me - and me alone - who changes it.
P.S. Should anyone new here wish the 'actual facts' regarding Seeing Machines finances, have a look at this independent analysis dated 4th June 2021.