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.
Datum Electronics has announced a new AI-based advanced condition monitoring technology for fuel efficiency and preventative maintenance.
Met-ocean data provider for the marine sector Theyr has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme. Theyr will collaborate with SPRINT partner, the University of Southampton on the development of a marine vessel routing application that will enable a cleaner future for commercial shipping.
FrontM and global satellite communications provider Station Satcom headquartered in India have signed an agreement to help maritime businesses bring their ship to shore teams closer together in real time.
British company Robosys Automation, a pioneer in artificial intelligence (AI) for the maritime industry, has launched the latest version of its Voyager 100 series software for commercial vessels.
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.
Finnish start-up nauticAi has signed an agreement with Inmarsat to join the growing group of certified application providers to deliver a dedicated application for Inmarsat’s Fleet Data service.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has reached an agreement with Hiroshima University, the National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology (MPAT) and Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni) to jointly work on research and analysis on maritime logistics and shipping market conditions using artificial intelligence (AI).
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and SenseTime Japan have introduced a new vessel image recognition and recording system that will be installed and tested onboard the cruise ship "Nippon Maru" operated by Mitsui O.S.K. Passenger Line.
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.
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