MOL and JRCS announced joint research on the use of AI-based object recognition technology by leveraging each company’s knowledge and technologies, with the aim of supporting watchkeeping while underway.
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It has been nearly two years since the start of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic and its resultant trade challenges, however as we see it today, the global economy is ready for what the possible rebound predicted by the World Bank.
NAVTOR has been selected to join a European-funded, Philips-led consortium focused on exploiting the potential, and ensuring the integrity, of cyber-physical systems.
During the last month the AI assistant Stena Fuel Pilot has been successfully introduced on two more Stena Line vessels, Stena Flavia and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Hyundai Heavy Industries Group independently has developed an AI-based safety management/monitoring system (HiCAMS) and obtained classification and flag AIP for the first time in the shipbuilding industry.
Bureau Veritas (BV) has successfully proven the value of deploying its artificial intelligence (AI) solution for corrosion detection during a hull inspection of a water ballast tank on a bulk carrier by an aerial drone.
Results from the initial application of the unique ABS Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered Corrosion Detection digital solution show it has identified corrosion with 98.9% accuracy.
As Liner Shipping wrestles to manage the multiple challenges of this fast-changing sector, SEDGE has launched to empower liner operators to optimize decision making by leveraging Artificial Intelligence analytics.