Orca AI joins One Sea autonomous shipping ecosystem

AI-powered navigation systems company Orca AI, headquartered in Tel Aviv, has become the newest member of One Sea, the international association representing stakeholders across the autonomous shipping sector.

Orca AI provides automated look-out technologies for the bridge, used to improve situational awareness on board. The company’s computer vision-driven platform also provides real-time alerts to vessel managers and identifies risk trends that require action. 

“Powered by AI, our solutions provide the captain and crew with enhanced automated target detection and prioritisation capabilities in congested waters and low visibility conditions, helping to eliminate human error and maximise voyage safety and operational efficiencies,” said Dor Raviv, Chief Technology Officer at Orca AI. 

“While AI is powering tangible progress in shipping operations, a collaborative approach is critical for the industry in order to secure the full benefits available from autonomous ship technology.”

“One Sea is helping to ensure the industry’s voice is heard in developing global safety standards for autonomous ship operations and we look forward to working with the Association and its members to advance our vision to improve safety and operational efficiencies using intelligent automated vessel technologies.”

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