Artificial intelligence solutions provider SenSen Networks recorded cash receipts from customers in the fourth quarter 2021 of $1.6 million, which it says is the highest quarterly cash receipts since listing, and $200,000 more than in Q4 2020.
Australian-listed AI data fusion enterprise solutions provider SenSen Networks is set to acquire Scancam Industries, a provider of AI solutions for fuel retailers in Australia.
Australian AI specialist SenSen Networks has been awarded a tender worth approximately $2.5 million by the City of Las Vegas.
Australian-listed artificial intelligence solutions provider SenSen Networks has commenced trials of its recently launched Gemineye smartphone-based smart city solution in Thailand.
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