Tag: <span>Artificial Intelligence</span>

Windward launches AI-powered predictive intelligence solution
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Windward launches AI-powered predictive intelligence solution

Windward, the predictive maritime intelligence company, has launched its next-generation Maritime Predictive Intelligence solution powered by Maritime Artificial Intelligence Analytics (MAIA). Consisting of 10bn datapoints and 300 behavioural analysis models, MAIA empowers organisations to make smarter and faster decisions and optimise operations. MAIA screens, searches and analyses dynamic maritime data to connect the dots and...

Optimising dispatching with AI-based OptiPort
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Optimising dispatching with AI-based OptiPort

The OptiPort dispatch solution is using artificial intelligence (AI) to support and optimise dispatch and planning operations to reduce costs, cut down on fuel consumption and lower emissions. The cloud-based application is a planning solution for nautical service providers that optimises the dispatch schedule of harbour tugs, pilot vessels, launches, etc. in real time, 24/7....

Machine learning model saves $90M in fuel costs
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Machine learning model saves $90M in fuel costs

Researchers from the University of Southampton and Shell Shipping and Maritime have developed a digital dashboard that helps captains respond to changing sea conditions, with early results indicating savings of $90 million in fuel costs possible. The Just Add Water (JAWS) app interprets depths and angles of a ship known as the draught and trim...

Making ship systems smarter with simulation
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Making ship systems smarter with simulation

As researchers deepen their understanding of autonomous and remote vessel operations, a new breed of smart ship systems combining simulation capability and artificial intelligence is emerging. One of the biggest debates around the future of shipping is what role, if any, unmanned vessels will play. The journey may turn out to be more important than...

Silverstream Technologies wins UK grant to advance machine learning and AI
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Silverstream Technologies wins UK grant to advance machine learning and AI

Silverstream Technologies, which manufacturers air lubrication for the shipping industry, has been awarded an Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) grant in collaboration with the University of Southampton to advance machine learning in the maritime sector. The two-year partnership will see an Associate of the University of Southampton, secured under the programme, work with Silverstream’s...

KNL Networks and FLICQ collaborate on predictive analytics for vessel machinery
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KNL Networks and FLICQ collaborate on predictive analytics for vessel machinery

KNL Networks and FLICQ have announced a partnership to help maritime customers digitalise their operations to reduce costs, and ensure their fleets are in optimal condition. While digitalisation is growing in the shipping industry, a combination of legacy systems, complex installations, lack of standardisation and affordable connectivity means the maritime sector has been slower in...

Swedish propulsion automation system becomes AI-ready
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Swedish propulsion automation system becomes AI-ready

Lean Marine has announced that its propulsion automation system FuelOpt system is AI-ready. The Swedish company expects it to play a key role in enabling automated propulsion optimisation onboard AI-assisted vessels. FuelOpt has proven direct fuel savings of up to 15 per cent with return on investment in less than one year. FuelOpt gathers vessel...

Wärtsilä enhances predictive maintenance with Expert Insight launch
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Wärtsilä enhances predictive maintenance with Expert Insight launch

Wärtsilä has launched its Expert Insight predictive maintenance product. This is a digital tool that enables customer support to be delivered by Wärtsilä Expertise Centres to ensure long-term accurate insight for their predictive maintenance strategies. Wärtsilä Expert Insight is a solution that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced diagnostics to monitor equipment and systems in...

Stena deploys AI to deliver 3 per cent fuel savings
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Stena deploys AI to deliver 3 per cent fuel savings

Stena Line has successfully used artificial intelligence (AI) technology to predict the most fuel-efficient way to operate a vessel, reducing fuel consumption by 2-3 per cent per trip. In 2018 Stena Line started a pilot project onboard the Stena Scandinavica on the Gothenburg – Kiel route using AI technology to determine the most efficient way...

Tymor Marine integrates AI into vessel stability system
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Tymor Marine integrates AI into vessel stability system

Aberdeen-based marine and naval architectural consultancy Tymor is embedding artificial intelligence (AI) into its ‘Measurement of Stability in Service’ system (MOSIS) to support the industry’s move towards autonomous vessels. Tymor’s MOSIS system measures a vessel’s vertical centre of gravity to provide vital feedback on vessel stability in variable conditions.  The company has now embarked on...

AI to assist harbour operations
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AI to assist harbour operations

PortX and Helm Operations are teaming up to combine PortX’s AI-based port dispatching system, OptiPort, with Helm CONNECT software for harbour dispatching and operations. OptiPort, which improves the scheduling of harbour towage operations by using artificial intelligence (AI) to optimise vessel dispatch based on crew working hours, currents, tides, vessel characteristics, fuel consumption and availability,...

FORAN ship design software undergoes digital transformation
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FORAN ship design software undergoes digital transformation

FORAN, a system used in the design and construction of vessels and marine structures, is currently undergoing a major transformation process to turn it into a key tool in the shipyard digitalisation and technological upgrading process. Developed by SENER, FORAN is a CAD/CAM/CAE system for marine design. It is multidisciplinary and fully integrated and can...