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Games Workshop and Seeing Machines are looking good!

08/06/2018 · Games Workshop Group PLC (GAW)  · Seeing Machines (SEE) 

Games Workshop and Seeing Machines are looking good!
Terrific news from these high flyers with very different businesses, both of which are providing shareholders with plenty of encouragement in 2018

Shares in Seeing Machines (AIM:SEE), the specialist in computer vision technologies which enable machines to see, understand and assist people, have been boosted following news that the European Commission has put forward specific proposals to mandate that new models of vehicles are equipped with advanced safety features.

“Europe on the Move” will see all new cars, vans, trucks and buses sold in Europe fitted, as standard, with drowsiness and distraction monitoring, among 11…

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