The AIM-listed firm said a new Tier 1 supplier would deliver its FOVIO system to the OEM client for additional car models, due to enter production in 2022, while “incremental” revenue from the program was expected to exceed A$23mln (£12.7mln).
The company now has nine automotive OEM production deals across six customers, from which it expects to deliver over A$200mln (£110mln) in revenue.
Nick DiFiore, senior vice-president and general manager of Seeing Machines’ automotive division, said the firm was “delighted” to be expanding its relationship with the OEM and to be working with the new supplier as it grew its “automotive supply chain relationships”.
FOVIO uses advanced technology to analyse and measure eye and head movements to interpret a driver’s awareness on the road and provide assistance if needed.
The shares were motoring in early trading on Monday, rising 3.6% to 4.2p.