Seeing Machines is a pioneer of world-leading face and eye-tracking technology that saves lives and enhances lifestyle. What started as an idea developed by four researchers of the Australian National University in Canberra, has become the pre-eminent technology that uses software algorithms to help machines understand people.

Our heritage lies in safety systems for the mining industry and our future is infinitely exciting as we harness the power of our core technologies for applications tracking driver fatigue and distraction across the transport spectrum – commercial road transport, automotive, rail, aerospace and aviation.

Our partnerships with global companies is accelerating the use of our technology around the globe.

Our People

  • Paul Angelatos

    Chief Operating Officer

    After a first career in the Australian Defence Force, Paul transitioned to the commercial world with Halliburton and KBR. The experience Paul gained in supporting the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad and reconstructing Iraq’s oil infrastructure in Basra, has allowed him to bring an enormous wealth of experience to Seeing Machines’ global operations. From manufacturing (Shenzen, China), shipping (Hong Kong), installations and customer support (global), monitoring (Tucson, AZ), sales (Global) and engineering (Canberra/Tucson), Paul’s teams provide the backbone of our product development, sales, delivery and support.

  • Mirza Kozarcanin

    Senior Vice President, Business Development

    Our global OEM partnerships underpin our growth in new and emerging markets, and our progress and potential is often measured by the relationships we enjoy with them. Mirza’s strong record in developing and maintaining these relationships holds much promise for the future.

  • Brent Wijnberg

    VP Business Development, APAC

    Some of the world’s largest mining sites operating in Australia use Seeing Machines’ Driver Safety System (DSS). Brent has great working knowledge of these sites, and in combination with his experience in product installation and support, provides outstanding opportunities to costumers to reduce fatigue incidents.

  • Rodrigo Alvear

    VP Business Development, Latin America

    Rodrigo made the transition from the  corporate world servicing  global companies’ to a technology   start   up   servicing  the   mining   industry   with   outstanding   results.  On his first year at Seeing Machines, revenue from the region grow up form AUD 2 million to 6.6 million. Rodrigo provides our Latin-American customers with both industry-specific and local working knowledge. His expertise lies in providing workable solutions in environments which support greater mine safety, maximises productivity, and saves lives.


  • Matthew Ostberg

    SVP Product Engineering

    Matt currently heads up the Product Engineering Group for our Driver Safety Technology – Guardian. Over the last five years he has led the Mining business as GM resulting in a successful business partnership with Caterpillar. Matt has extensive product and system knowledge which supports the drive towards future generations of aftermarket fatigue products for Seeing Machines.

  • Chris Sluss

    VP Business Development, North America

    Based in North America Chris has more than 30 years’ experience within the fleet telematics industry. Chris was a key player in the Motorola Derivatives Technology Group and Motorola Telematics Group, successfully integrating wireless components into a variety of vehicles and machines, including systems such as On-Star and Mercedes Rescue Systems. In his 16 years with Motorola, Chris worked on a nationwide fleet vehicle tracking, data and voice communications system where he effectively managed a team that sold the product and service for Motorola in the Mid-Atlantic Division. Chris’s breadth of telematics experience was also leveraged in his position at Rand McNally, where he guided a team with their wireless strategy and transportation data management groups. At Tom Tom, Chris worked with a team that supplied map and navigation related content to the wireless and trucking industry, and in his time at INRIX, Chris helped to provide traffic and data used to assist in the creation of a driver dashboard.

  • Erica Collins

    SVP Operations

    Erica’s background in logistics, project management and operations have been a major asset to Seeing Machines. She has leveraged her extensive experience to reengineer the complex global operations of Guardian. Her portfolio includes contractual agreements with manufacturers and distributors, product installations, through life customer support, product familiarization design and delivery, and the management of the 24/7 Support and SafeGuard Centres.

contact us


AddressLevel 1, 11 Lonsdale St
Braddon, ACT
Australia 2612

PostageGPO Box 782
Canberra, ACT
Australia 2601

Phone+61 2 6103 4700


Address6861 N Oracle Road
Tucson, Arizona 85704 USA

Phone+1 855 377 4636


AddressPO Box 4422
Dubai, UAE

Phone+971 50 557 6020


Phone +52 1 614 111 9745 / + 61 4 09098107