We’re proud to partner with key businesses to reduce fatigue and distraction on New Zealand roads, making them safer for all road users.
Underpinned by more than 20 years of scientific research into human behaviour in real-time conducted in real-world scenarios, Seeing Machines has developed the world’s most advanced AI driven safety technology.
This technology is the bedrock that enables new forms of intelligent machines to see, understand, assist and ultimately protect people who are using them. Seeing Machines technology harnesses human factors science to create artificial intelligence (AI) technology that observes the driver’s attention – reliably, unobtrusively, and in real time – and intervenes seamlessly when necessary.
AutoSense is the exclusive distributor of Guardian by Seeing Machines in New Zealand.
We work closely with NZI and are proud that our simulator programme and Guardian by Seeing Machines form part of NZI’s Fleet Fit programme. This programme aims to improve driver performance, creating a safer and happier workplace for transport operators to run their business more efficiently through data, analytics and insights or provide additional employee training. NZI Fleet Fit has the right tools for your business.
EROAD is a fully integrated technology, tolling and services provider. EROAD designs and manufactures in-vehicle hardware, operate secure payment and merchant gateways and offer web-based value-added services. EROAD modernises road charging and compliance for road transport by replacing paper-based systems with easy-to-use electronic systems.
Our integration of Guardian by Seeing Machines with EROAD’s navigation means that you can get your driver analytic reporting all in one place. Optimising safety, productivity and profitability for your business.
We work closely with Fit for Duty, who are specialists in diagnosing and treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is widespread in the transport industry with many drivers unknowingly having the symptoms. Guardian by Seeing Machines can often detect drivers with OSA and we can then refer them to Fit for Duty to help diagnose the symptoms and put a management plan in place to ensure drivers get back to work safely.