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In 2019, Danish shipping giant Maersk will introduce a virtual assistant named Captain Peter in order to enhance its Remote Container Management platform. In the first half of 2019, Maersk will release the new platform with an upgraded design and new product features which will be enhanced by the virtual assistant.
In the beginning, Captain Peter will follow some simple rules, sending up-to-date information via customers’ preferred channel, for example via SMS or e-mail, on container temperature and atmosphere conditions, as well as a timeline on its end-to-end journey. Should any deviations be observed, or the shipment delayed, Captain Peter will notify the customer. Once the container has arrived at its destination, Captain Peter will also check on its state and send an update to the client. In time, clients will receive information configured to their specific needs.
Launched in 2017, the RCM provides transparency on information from 270,000 Maersk containers. Today, over 2,300 clients have signed up for the RCM solution, translating to more than 70% of Maersk’s volume.
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LNG Era for Big Boxships
Internet of Things Platform
A new Internet of Things (IoT) platform has been developed for the Port of Rotterdam Authority, with the first application for hydro and meteo already having been put into operation.
The system uses an extensive network of sensors to provide accurate and up-to-date water and weather data particularly for the planning and shipping management.
The collaborating partners IBM, Cisco, Esri and Axians announced the construction of the IoT platform year ago and has now been delivered under the port authority’s direction.
Implemented generic building blocks offer the Port of Rotterdam a basis for rapid innovation with access to the latest technologies, including edge computing,artificial intelligence, real-time analytics, hyper-precise data.
For example, sensors incorporated on and in quay walls, waterways, roads and traffic signs generate continued measurement data and these can communicate with other systems. This lays the foundation to support autonomous shipping in the Port of Rotterdam in the future.
Furthermore, the hydro/meteo system obtains tide height, tidal stream, salinity, wind speed, wind direction and visibility data via a combination of 44 sensors in the port.
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