Ecospray along with relayr shake hands in order to create new IoT-based desulphurization solutions, driving the sector towards an increasingly digital, efficient and environmentally sustainable future.
Japanese shipping company K Line has collaborated with Silicon Valley-based AI company, Bearing, on the development and testing of an AI-driven performance analysis to improve fleet efficiency and cut emissions.
Dutch shipbuilder, Damen Shipyard, and US-based startup, Sea Machines Robotics, signed an alliance agreement to further investigate the adoption of collision avoidance functionality onboard Damen ships. The alliance aims at speeding up the adoption of several navigating technologies to increase autonomy levels on Damen-built vessels.
In an effort to improve shipping efficiencies within the maritime industry, Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) along with Bearing, Inc. shake hands and agreed to develop a range of products including an AI-powered smart routing engine.
A group of Swedish technology entrepreneurs and academics joined their forces to accelerate the research and development of an artificial intelligence-based, semi-autonomous system for planning and executing more energy efficient sea voyages.
The Port of Barcelona began the ‘5G Maritime’ pilot test in July, a project that aims to validate the location of ships in real time and with great precision, obtaining image data that complement the information of the current geolocation systems of the port.
A Predictive Intelligence Company joined forces with a number of leading organizations, boosting the presence of AI in the shipping industry and providing companies with its proprietary AI-powered Predictive Intelligence platform.
South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) unveiled a world’s first robot using standardized big data and artificial intelligence to support metalworking, including cold working and hot working processes.
The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) has selected artificial intelligence technology company Faculty as its partner in a major programme aiming to build the next generation of UK search and rescue.
Maritime service provider KOTUG International, ship design company Rotortug, and tech start-up Captain AI demonstrated Monday the first boat in the world that sails the most optimal route without human intervention, marking a milestone on the way towards fully autonomous sailing.
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