Switzerland-based digitised supply chain company, Nexxiot, has released Scope AI, an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled product designed to facilitate contextualised decision-making.
Scope AI extracts and presents key insights from the billions of data points generated every month by the company’s Edge and Globehopper devices travelling on all major trade lanes between Europe, North America, and Asia.
According to Nexxiot, Scope AI provides “a conversational interface into the company’s unique data on locations, status, conditions of cargo, and supply chain events like delays.”
Nexxiot says its commitment to creating an open ecosystem means Scope AI also works with data derived from any third-party gateway, sensor, or Application Programming Interface (API).
Examples of the Scope AI query process could include questions as follows: “Show me all the containers containing electronics that are exposed to high levels of security risk right now,” or “Highlight the assets for which we could have avoided demurrage costs in the last ten days?”
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“Scope AI makes it possible for clients to gain immediate insights into the status of their transport assets based on real-time data from the fleet,” said Nexxiot Chief Data Officer, Ákos Maróy.
“We are determined to make our clients’ lives easier by adding a simple, intuitive verbal interface to display the data generated by our sensors and gateways.
“We did this to offer asset intelligence and combine it with shipment intelligence in a way that’s never been experienced before,” Maróy added.
At the end of last year, Nexxiot and Spectainer partnered to enable real-time visibility of their entire fleet of COLLAPSECON containers.
More recently, grain transportation solution provider, Nexyst 360, partnered with Nexxiot to digitalise its entire fleet of grain shipping containers through using Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity hardware.