DETECTING ANOMALOUS VESSEL BEHAVIOR
The growth of the maritime industry coupled with ports as economic drivers of global trade require an increasing need for abnormal behavior detection and an efficient way to spot those behaviors. This enhanced situational awareness enables port to optimize traffic control for incident prevention and empower the analysis of inefficiencies, illegal activity, or other safety-related issues.
Through the artificial intelligence of xyzt.ai, maritime ports are able to pinpoint anomalous vessel movements in an easy and automated manner. The AI analyzes the total data set and algorithmically selects suspicious trajectories for further inspection.
I’ve been analyzing AIS data for a long time now, and this tool is just incredible with how easy it makes it to not only analyze data but to visualize the analysis as well and to do a dynamic on-demand analysis of very large volumes of data, it’s truly unique in its capability.
Mark Deverill, Global Operations Manager Spire
PORT OF ANTWERP
Learn how the xyzt.ai platform is used to visually analyze detected anomalous vessel movements at Port of Antwerp, the second largest seaport of Europe.
HOW A MARITIME COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM IS MAKING AN IMPACT
Digital twin solutions are built on sensing the environment. Learn how a maritime collision avoidance system, AIS, is one of those sources used for building digital twin technologies, including for ports and fleets.
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