Wärtsilä has signed a 5-year long-term service agreement with Nanjing Changjiang Waterway Engineering, a leading Chinese dredging company.
Ever heard of a superyacht controlled by Smartphone? Yes, technology has now reached such a position that today you can be on a yacht controlled by a smartphone.
A group of Swedish technology entrepreneurs and academics have joined forces to accelerate the research and development of an AI-based, semi-autonomous system for planning and executing more energy efficient sea voyages.
The maritime sector keeps talking enthusiastically about it: Artificial Intelligence (AI). But what is it really? Let’s find out.
The Dutch Artificial Intelligence Coalition (NL AIC) has established a dedicated working group for the Port and Maritime sector.
Windward, the predictive maritime intelligence company transforming maritime operations, announced the release of its next-generation Maritime Predictive Intelligence solution powered by Maritime Artificial Intelligence Analytics (MAIA™️).
ZIM’s new ZIMGuard™ System Scans and Flags Possible Misdeclarations in Real Time, Increasing the Safety of the Supply Chain
Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in both ship and yacht building is already being done with a number of maritime companies that are currently using it successfully.
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is one of the first ports worldwide to develop solutions for its Hamburg container terminals that use machine learning (ML) to predict the dwell time of a container at the terminal.