Windward signs four shipping companies to AI-powered analysis platform

Maritime predictive intelligence company Windward has announced new partnerships with four shipping companies – Norden, Eastern Pacific Shipping, Capital Ship Management and Interunity Management Corporation (IMC) – to adopt its AI-powered analysis platform to improve risk management.

In addition to its new vessel management customers, Windward has also signed up seven Protection and Indemnity (P&I) Clubs, including The American Club, Britannia P&I and Steamship Mutualto significantly expand its reach into the maritime sector.

The new partner companies will use the Predictive Intelligence software to monitor compliance with international sanctions and gain greater insight into vessel behaviours worldwide.

The system is powered by MAIA – Maritime Artificial Intelligence Analytics – an AI platform based on 300 behavioural analytics models built using more than 10 billion data points. MAIA analyses existing vessel behaviours to predict in real-time which companies and vessels are likely to be high risk, and which are safe to conduct business with.

“We are thrilled to announce our latest partnerships with four leading global shipping companies and seven P&I Clubs,” said Ami Daniel, CEO of Windward.

“Together, we are ushering in the next era of the maritime industry, providing AI-powered Predictive Intelligence technology for greater transparency, compliance, and optimised business operations. The long-awaited digital transformation in shipping is here and we are excited to lead this shift together with our partners.”

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