About Seeing Machines (LON:SEE)
Seeing Machines Limited develops computer vision related technologies in Australia, North America, and the Asia Pacific. The company's software and engineering services are used in products and applications that range from devices that manage eye disease and prevent loss of eyesight to those that enhance road safety and save lives. It offers Guardian, which detects driver fatigue incidents and prevents those events; non-contact vision based systems that analyses eye and facial behavior to understand operator attention and alertness; and NuCoria visual field analyzers, which helps to identify and prevent glaucoma in the early stages of development, as well as FOVIO driver monitoring systems. The company serves automotive, mining, fleet/guardian, rail, aviation, medical, aerospace, and consumer electronics industries. Seeing Machines Limited was founded in 2000 and is based in Braddon, Australia.
Industry, Sector and Symbol
Industry Technical & System Software
SectorComputer and Technology
Trailing P/E RatioN/A
Forward P/E RatioN/A
Sales & Book Value
Price / SalesN/A
Price / CashN/A
Price / BookN/A
EPS (Most Recent Fiscal Year)N/A
Return on Equity-96.77%
Return on Assets-79.44%
Seeing Machines (LON:SEE) Frequently Asked Questions
What is Seeing Machines' stock symbol?
Seeing Machines trades on the London Stock Exchange (LON) under the ticker symbol "SEE."
What price target have analysts set for SEE?
0 Wall Street analysts have issued 1-year target prices for Seeing Machines' stock. Their predictions range from GBX 12 to GBX 12. On average, they anticipate Seeing Machines' stock price to reach GBX 12 in the next twelve months. View Analyst Ratings for Seeing Machines.
Who are some of Seeing Machines' key competitors?
Some companies that are related to Seeing Machines include Wandisco (WAND), SDL (SDL), Microgen (MCGN), Absolute Software (ABT), Dotdigital Group (DOTD), TECSYS (TCS), Ideagen (IDEA), iSentia Group (ISD), Smart Parking (SPZ), IDOX (IDOX), Gresham Technologies (GHT), Eckoh (ECK), Oxford Metrics (OMG), 99 Wuxian (NNW) and Sopheon (SPE).
Who are Seeing Machines' key executives?
Seeing Machines' management team includes the folowing people:
- Mr. Kenneth Kroeger, Exec. Chairman & Interim CEO (Age 57)
- Mr. Timothy Edwards, Co-Founder & CTO
- Mr. James Palmer, Chief Financial Officer
- Mr. Paul Angelatos, Chief Operating Officer
- Mr. Sebastian Rougeaux, Chief Scientific Officer & Principal Research Scientist
Has Seeing Machines been receiving favorable news coverage?
News coverage about SEE stock has been trending positive this week, according to Accern Sentiment. The research firm ranks the sentiment of news coverage by reviewing more than 20 million blog and news sources. Accern ranks coverage of companies on a scale of -1 to 1, with scores nearest to one being the most favorable. Seeing Machines earned a media sentiment score of 0.34 on Accern's scale. They also assigned press coverage about the company an impact score of 43.35 out of 100, indicating that recent news coverage is somewhat unlikely to have an impact on the stock's share price in the next several days.
How do I buy shares of Seeing Machines?
Shares of SEE and other U.K. stocks can be purchased through online brokerage accounts that support trading on the London Stock Exchange (LSX). Some U.K. companies can be purchased through major U.S. brokerages in the form of American Depository Receipts (ADRs), which are placeholder equities held in a trust by a bank that represent shares of a foreign stock.
What is Seeing Machines' stock price today?
One share of SEE stock can currently be purchased for approximately GBX 12.95.
How big of a company is Seeing Machines?
Seeing Machines has a market capitalization of £114.90 million.
How can I contact Seeing Machines?
Seeing Machines' mailing address is L 1 11 Lonsdale St, CANBERRA, ACT 2612, Australia. The company can be reached via phone at +61-2-61034700.
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