AI Can Help Shipping Industry Cut Down Emissions, Report Says

June 20, 2024 EcoVadis EN


The global commercial shipping industry could cut down its carbon emissions by 47 million tonnes per year by deploying artificial intelligence for sea navigation, a study by autonomous shipping startup Orca AI showed.

The use of the technology could reduce the need for manoeuvres and route deviation from close encounters with high-risk marine targets such as vessels, buoys and sea mammals by alerting the crew in real time, according to the report.


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