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This startup is using AI to investigate crime on the high seas

This startup is using AI to investigate crime on the high seas

Set up by two former Israeli navy intelligence officers in 2010, Tel Aviv-based Windward is a relentless ocean sleuth. Its technology has thrown light on a wide range of murky maritime activities – from attempts by Iran to defy oil sanctions to Chinese expansionism in the South China Sea – even when the perpetrators are trying to evade detection.

Wired April 7, 2020
Free tools for maintaining ship operations during the coronavirus pandemic

Free tools for maintaining ship operations during the coronavirus pandemic

During the pandemic, it is vital to know which ports are allowing crew changes, while regulators need to assess the pandemic risk of vessels en route. These free-to-use digital tools will help

Riviera Maritime March 26, 2020
Global shipping industry rocked by India lockdown

Global shipping industry rocked by India lockdown

…around the time of Modi’s announcement, there were 543 ships en route to the country, of which all but one are cargo vessels or tankers.

Global Trade Review March 26, 2020
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