Seeing Machines Limited’s technology added to five new vehicle models

The company also said its driver monitoring system will roll out to over 30 vehicle models by early 2023

Limited () said its Driver Monitoring System (DMS) is now available for five additional vehicle models from the world’s leading automakers.

The specialist in computer vision technology also said that General Motors’ Super Cruise driver assistance function, which is based on the FOVIO Embedded Drive Monitoring Engine (e-DME), is now available in three new vehicle models, including the Cadillac CT5 2021, Cadillac CT4 and Chevrolet Bolt.

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Seeing Machines said the start of production of these additional General Motors vehicle models follows the successful launches of FOVIO e-DME software for the new Mercedes Benz S-Class and Mercedes Benz EQS sedans, adding that the DMS is now in nine vehicle models are in production worldwide and are expected to be launched on over 30 models by the beginning of 2023.

“It’s great to see more cars on the road with Seeing Machines DMS technology that keeps people safe and enables a number of advanced features. As more models go into production using our industry leading technology, we can expect to see our license income rise accordingly, “Paul McGlone, CEO of Seeing Machines, said in a statement.

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