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ONE SEA autonomous ship alliance welcomes Awake.AI

LAUNCHED in Finland in 2016, ONE SEA - the industry alliance bringing together leading exponents of autonomous ship technology - has added Finnish maritime technology start-up Awake

ONE SEA autonomous ship alliance welcomes Awake.AI

LAUNCHED in Finland in 2016, ONE SEA - the industry alliance bringing together leading exponents of autonomous ship technology - has added Finnish maritime technology start-up Awake

17 October 2019 - 19:00

LAUNCHED in Finland in 2016, ONE SEA - the industry alliance bringing together leading exponents of autonomous ship technology - has added Finnish maritime technology start-up Awake.AI to its membership.

Awake.AI is aiming to create a new platform and machine learning models based on transparent data sharing to break down the barriers between ships, ports and other actors in the maritime logistics chain.



CEO of Awake.AI Karno Tenov said: 'Today's data silos result from legacy systems developed when interoperability wasn't a pressing need. Moving forward, the more information is shared, the greater are the opportunities to automate. Our task is to develop the digital handshakes (APIs) between different supply-chain actors, freeing data to enable smarter ships and ensure their acceptance by smart ports.'



Jukka Merenluoto, ecosystem lead at ONE SEA, commented: 'We are delighted to welcome Awake.AI on board: enabling the smooth flow of data between different players is integral to ONE SEA's roadmap to transition from remote monitoring to remote control, and to increasing vessel autonomy by 2025. We also advocate the benefits of maritime digitalisation to minimise incidents, decrease marine traffic's environmental footprint and improve commercial efficiency.'



Launched in Finland in 2016, ONE SEA aims to create an environment suitable for autonomous ships by 2025 through discussion and the development of a roadmap, international rules and technology standards, reports Singapore's Splash 247.


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