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Canada to apply AI on supply chains

Nulogy, a provider of agile supply chain solutions, along with the Government of Canada’s scale.ai program, launched a collaborative government-sponsored and industry-led initiative, aiming to make Canada an international leader in the field of artificial intelligence applied to supply chains.

Partners collaborate to bring AI assistance to harbour towing

Rotterdam’s PortX announced its collaboration with Helm Operations, to bring OptiPort’s AI assistance, aiming to improve scheduling harbour towing operations; The partners aim to combine the former’s AI-based port dispatching system, OptiPort, with Helm CONNECT, the world’s leading harbor dispatching and operations software.

US now more focused on developing Artificial Intelligence

US Secretary Rick Perry welcomed President Trump’s Action on A.I, while also announcing an XLab Summit on Artificial Intelligence in Chicago. This came after the Trump Administration published the National AI R&D Strategic Plan: 2019 Update.

Fujitsu, Kongsberg launch AI fuel optimization service

Fujitsu and Kongsberg Digital have collaborated to tackle GHG emissions, using an AI Fuel Optimization Service. Namely, the new digital web service will allow shipping companies to reduce fuel costs for large ships and comply with new low sulphur fuel regulations, without needing complex ship re-engineering or major expenditure by ship owners and operators.

Asia/Pacific to invest heavily in AI Systems, report says

According to the latest Worldwide Semiannual Artificial Intelligence Systems Spending Guide, Asia/Pacific spending on artificial intelligence systems is expected to reach almost USD 5.5 billion in 2019. This is an increase of almost 80% in spent compared to 2018. IDC expects spending on AI systems to increase to USD 15.06 billion in 2022.

Satellites will be able to measure emissions from space

WattTime, a nonprofit artificial intelligence firm, announced that it will cooperate with Google.org on a new project that has to do with the use of global network of satellites to measure carbon emissions from all large power plants worldwide and render the information public.

NAPA, ChartWorld to provide AI voyage optimization

NAPA, a maritime software, services and data analysis provider and ChartWorld, a digital chart agent, announced their partnership to provide artificial intelligence-driven voyage planning and optimization. The solution incorporates modules for evaluating the operational efficiency of past voyages. It then uses this data to improve the efficiency of future transits where there are similar variables and trends.

Port of Kokkola to receive new LTE Network

Nokia and Finnish private LTE provider Ukkoverkot have agreed to a four-year deal in order to bring connectivity, automation, and intelligence to the Port of Kokkola, Finland. The project will be covering computing, automation, and artificial intelligence. The private LTE network will use the local 2.6 GHz radio band, provided to the port by Ukkoverkot as part of the deal.

ABS, Google Cloud, SoftServe use AI to detect corrosion

ABS, Google Cloud and SoftServe completed a pilot project applying artificial intelligence models to find levels of corrosion and coating breakdown on ships and offshore structures. The project showed the accuracy of AI in detecting and assessing structural anomalies commonly found during visual inspection. AI techniques could also be used to analyze images over time to understand corrosion and coating breakdown trends.

How can shipping industry collaborate effectively with start-ups

Start-ups have the capability to help the maritime industry adopt innovation among the increasing intrusion of digital technologies and lead its transformation. With a maritime backround, their founders may have worked for big maritime companies in the past, but are now exploring ways to work with a much smaller team. This gives them the ability to find solutions quickly.

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