Seeing Machines Limited

Seeing Machines lands air force deal

It will provide eye and face tracking sensor technologies to the Royal Australian Air Force

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The technology will be used in two flight simulators for the Pilatus PC-21 (Swiss Air Force livery pictured)

Seeing Machines Limited’s (LON:SEE) aviation division has inked its first commercial agreement.

It will provide eye and face tracking sensor technologies to the Royal Australian Air Force.

The technology will be installed in two advanced simulators, which, according to Danny McCreadie, RAAF acting director of integration, will “improve overall training efficiencies, reduce cost and failure rates".

Seeing Machines chief executive, Ken Kroeger, said the deal was reward for the hard of the company’s aviation arm.

“This programme follows on from our successful engagement with several major airline carriers, simulator manufacturers and air traffic management services and is affirmation that the substantial work done by our team to develop this market is now paying off,” he added.

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