During the NITEC’19 event in Oslo, MarineTraffic presented ways of using Artificial Intelligence and machine learning to help make shipping safer.

The fourth annual Defence Innovation Challenge, aimed at accelerating transformational, state-of-the-art technology solutions in support of NATO C4ISR and cyber capabilities. The challenge was intended to foster innovation eco-system by supporting Start-ups, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and academia, awarding the top finishers’ package to the best ten proposals.

MarineTraffic, amongst the winners, demonstrated a disruptive solution that could lead to game changing shifts in vessel monitoring for security and safety.
The proposed data-driven maritime surveillance solution, called Anomaly Detection Tool, developed in the context of BigDataOcean can detect in real-time indicators of abnormal vessel behaviour.

Learn more about the Anomaly Detection Tool, or how you can use BigDataOcean platform to perform Big Data analytics upon maritime data.

Anomaly Detection wins Defence Innovation Challenge award

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