The Art of Applying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Container Terminal Operations

The Art of Applying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Container Terminal Operations

Frederik Stork, PhD, Senior Director, Navis Optimization and Analytics Service

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Frederik Stork, PhD, Senior Director, Navis Optimization and Analytics Service, looks at how AI and Machine Learning are changing ports and terminals and the wider supply chain

Which aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be most relevant to terminals in the next couple of years͗ natural language processing, image recognition, virtual reality, games, robots? We believe that many AI-based benefits for container terminal operations come down to software making automated decisions, or software presenting users with recommendations on what decisions to make. 


  Supply Chain Collaboration      Automation and Optimisation, Container Handling, Supply Chain

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