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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 discover potential risks and questionable business partners. By continuously applying MAIA’s behavioural analysis models, Windward’s solution provides dynamic Predictive Intelligence based on vessel identity, cargo visibility, true location, voyage patterns, and more. MAIA links this knowledge into patterns and profiles that create new insights and enable the digital transformation of the maritime ecosystem.

Voyage Irregularities is one of the many new features powered by MAIA, providing clients with a 360° smart profile of each entity to bring transparency and accountability to the global maritime grid. By detecting inconsistencies and behavioral irregularities, including the vessel’s age, ship to ship transfers, course deviations, transmission gaps, flag hopping, and more, Windward’s Predictive Intelligence solution enables industry players to be proactive, ensuring they only do business with entities that comply with all the latest regulations.

“We are excited to usher in the era of Maritime 4.0, the next evolution of maritime intelligence empowering all stakeholders in the ecosystem,” said Ami Daniel, CEO of Windward. “Risk management lies at the core of any business operation, and maritime is no exception. With our Predictive Intelligence solution, we are giving authorities, banks, insurers, shipping companies, and others the most comprehensive view of maritime risk and enabling the highest level of accountability and transparency.” 

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