“o US$1.1 million of transaction costs covering the re-domicile of the Company from Canada to the UK, the Company's capital reduction to improve our ability to pay dividends, and other business development activities.“
... to pay dividends? Why mention ability to pay divi? Interesting.
Thanks Lewbo. On this video from watch from 50:30 and you can see a familiar DMS by the steering wheel. Some mention of V2V — another bit that someone was asking about. Haven’t watched till the end... there may be more interesting stuff.
Thanks dt. Continuing on the comparing See v Mobileye, what’s your take on the fact that SEE is in multiple transport sectors — unlike Mobileye. In terms of strategic value, surely that shows more potential... It’s also important to highlight that both SEE and Mobileye techs are complementary rather than competing against each other.
RE: SEE references in today's article from Autosens23 Sep 2019 17:46
Hi Mirabeau, interesting that. First mention of EyeRis system in any article which have won 2 silver awards at the event. Seems they’re worthy of becoming our competitor. By what their CEO said — SEE is the company to beat in DMS. No mention of SEYE and Affectiva anywhere.
2020 will see more production cars with SEE DMS tech in it. And the Merc SClass MBUX should have our DMS tech (not Fovio chip?) and hopefully the whole systems should be better than the sums of its parts.
While I was enjoying a long summer hols, one of my brokers, SVS have gone under administration. Been figuring out what to do but doesn’t seem there’s nothing I can do until the administrators figure it all out. 4-5 yrs worth of ISA and SEE is my biggest holding in there. anyone else in the same boat or had experience with Beaufort when they went belly up?
My patience is really being tested but as a SEE holder, it’s probably not that much difference day to day...
I’m enjoying the announcement from Penang. Still trying to figure out yesterday’s RNS whilst tracing some flip-flop footsteps. But I’ve not been to the fish market yet. Such a great RNS except for the uninitiated. I was wondering if it could be Merc instead of BMW due to the small size initial contract and only one Tier 1 is mentioned in today’s RNS.
Hi guys, trying to catch up with the bb after 48hrs. I must have missed something about the possibility of licencing Aviation. Why do we think that’s more likely than say... train/progress rail? Why Aviation when in a few years, revenue will be huge?
Don’t we have similar deals with Tier 1/OEMs in autos — based on all the similarly worded IPs documents researched and discussed on this board? Toyotas / Bosch / joyson’s etc?
Seeing, in the recent RNS about Mexico, another insurance tie up was mentioned — no separate RNS there but it serves the North American market. I’m not sure if that is less significant than Aus/NZ market.