Windward launches API lab for integration with its AI services

Maritime analytics firm Windward has launched a new API Insights Lab, to allow customers and partners to integrate its artificial intelligence (AI) technology directly into internal third-party systems.

The Insights Lab includes off-the-shelf API packages for Windward services including Due Diligence and Compliance, Ocean Freight Visibility (OFV), Homeland Security, and Behavioural Analysis.

The APIs utilise GraphQL technology to support integration with third-party applications, allowing external systems to receive the specific data analysis they need for their processes.

The API Insights Lab also provides access to Windward’s Insights Catalog, which includes information related to areas of interest, vessel behaviour, maritime and non-maritime companies, and shipment risk levels.

“With the launch of our API Insights Lab, we are empowering our partners and customers to build their own bespoke solutions and workflows with best-in-class Maritime AI insights,” said Ami Daniel, Co-Founder and CEO of Windward.

“We already see customers using our APIs for a variety of use cases, including a leading energy company that customised our compliance risk scores and integrated them into their IT platform, and a digital freight solution provider that partnered with us to enhance its platform by providing visibility and predictability of their shipments to all their users.”

“We are proud to give our clients the power of Maritime AI in their own domain – enabling them and their customers to make decisions better, faster, and with confidence.”

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