- Seeing Machines' Dubai-based distributor, Technologica Information Technology, has won two major Guardian deals in the Middle East and Russia, with the combined opportunity expected to total 5,620 Guardian units.

Guardian is Seeing Machines' real time driver fatigue and distraction detection and intervention solution for commercial fleets.

The Guardian units are expected to be ordered from Seeing Machines and installed over a one to two year timeframe and would represent the company's largest single fleet customer deals to date.

Seeing Machines has received purchase orders from Technologica totalling 1,000 Guardian units, some of which have been delivered, but the majority of these 1,000 units are expected to benefit the current financial year.

Technologica's first contract for Guardian units covers the fleet of a large Russian supermarket chain. Their second contract has been secured with a Dubai based public transport entity where Guardian will be installed into the full fleet, and integrated with telematics and additional Advanced Driver Assistance System technology.

Paul Angelatos, general manager and president of fleet, rail and off-road at Seeing Machines, said: "We are delighted to be working closely with Technologica who have an impressive reputation and relationship base in their chosen markets. These successful deals reflect the significant opportunities for Seeing Machines' Guardian across the Middle East and Europe and we look forward to continuing this positive collaboration."

At 9:52am: [LON:SEE] Seeing Machines Ltd share price was +0.38p at 6.75p

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