HD Hyundai to work with KR on verification of AI-powered carbon reduction

HD Hyundai Global Service has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with KR (Korean Register) that will see the companies cooperate on the development and verification of maritime carbon reduction systems using big data and artificial intelligence (AI).

Through this agreement, HD Hyundai Global Service plans to develop a monitoring system for carbon emissions using AI technology, with forecasting and management systems that can connect via API (application programming interfaces) to external programs, and data analysis of changes from before and after applying carbon reduction systems.

KR will assess and provide verification of HD Hyundai Global Service’s technologies, and develop objective standards to judge the effectiveness of the carbon reduction measures.

“We are glad to be able to officially prove the value of our solution with the cooperation of KR,” said Lee Ki Dong, CEO of HD Hyundai Global Service.

“Our carbon footprint monitoring system will meet the various industry demands regarding carbon emission management and it will be a very useful tool for exploring new business opportunities.”

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