StockMarketWire.com - Australia-based and dual-listed computer vision technology company Seeing Machines said it expected to report a 7.5% fall in first-half revenue, in line with its recently cut guidance.

Revenue for the six months through December would fall to A$13.5m following a review of the company's fleet business completed in September.

Seeing Machines said its expectation for full-year revenue to be around flat on-year remained unchanged.

'The momentum towards mandatory implementation of advanced safety systems in all new models of vehicles around the world has continued to build over the last three months of 2018 and we have seen an increasing interest in our driver monitoring system capabilities across all our transport sectors,' chief executive Ken Kroeger said.


At 1:42pm: [LON:SEE] Seeing Machines Ltd share price was -0.07p at 4.25p



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