AI Solutions for Transport and Logistics
Transportation and logistics are inextricably linked and are complementary services. Transportation services are divided into air transportation, rail transportation, sea transportation and automobile transportation.
Air transport, aviation logistics and AI solutions for them
Our company is able to offer effective solutions and develop quality software for the aviation industry. In particular, we will help you:
- to predict the collision of birds with airplanes;
- to predict the likelihood of aircraft getting into areas of increased turbulence with the issuance of recommendations to the aircraft crew (in advance and online) and entering information in the weather forecast cards for aircraft crews;
- to predict flight delays;
- to predict the likelihood of plane crashes, flight accidents and aviation incidents in order to prevent them, as well as to simulate a set of factors and conditions accompanying them;
- to develop application software to optimize planning and air transport control;
- to develop systems for modeling the distribution of forces, moments and stresses in the aircraft structure, as well as calculating the deflections, inclination and curvature of the wing mechanization elements and tail fins of the aircraft;
- to develop software using hybrid neural networks, LSTM neural networks to predict failures and malfunctions of various assemblies and units of the aircraft in order to repair or replace them in time;
Maritime transport, maritime logistics and AI solutions for them
Maritime logistics is an important component of logistics. It provides reliable transportation of large-tonnage cargo over long and short distances to most countries of the world. About 90% of all goods on store shelves are transported by sea. Sea transport is a more economical mode of transport than, for example, airfreight. Sea transportations carried out between the ports of one country within different seas or one sea space are cabotage transportations. Maritime transport and maritime logistics for decades have been facing a number of difficulties, which significantly hamper the development of the industry. Corruption, lack of transparency in the algorithm of freight and information about the movement of ships and goods, as well as the complexity of paperwork - all this has significantly hampered the development of maritime transportation and its important component - ports. Large distribution companies are interested in reducing shipping costs, which stimulates the industry participants to actively implement the most advanced digital technologies into this area over the past few years. Avant-garde digital technologies can significantly reduce costs, shorten delivery times, ensure that logistics processes are simple and efficient, and therefore give a competitive advantage to those market participants who have appreciated the potential of technologies in time. Thus, this process contributes to improving the quality of services in the field of maritime logistics and transportation, and will increase the demand for them. Ultimately, the elimination of logistical obstacles in the field of maritime transport, which currently account for 78 - 83% of the global volume of cargo transportation, will lead to a reduction in the cost of transporting goods by 15 - 20%.
In the very near future, on key regular lines of sea transportation, their customers will be able to book their freight online, similar to the services of buying air tickets. Also, the first online services for calculating the rates of container transportation appeared, which form and provide information about rates within a few seconds.
The introduction of modern digital technologies in the field of maritime logistics will lead to the fact that it will not be necessary for logistics companies to have specialists who have partnerships with key sea carriers and have extensive professional connections. All processes will be automated and simplified. For example, conversion of shipping documents into electronic form and exchange of these documents through digital platforms will reduce the cost of transporting goods up to $ 270 per 20 ft container. Today, companies' costs for the processing of documents and transactions are very impressive and account for up to 20% of the total costs of transporting goods. The cost of delivery of one bill of lading - a document issued by the carrier of the cargo to the cargo owner - can reach up to $ 150. Such forwarding takes from a few days to several weeks and is often the reason of delay of payments for the services rendered.
The introduction of avant-garde technologies and digital tools will make maritime transport and maritime logistics leaders in terms of quality and convenience of services in the freight market. Recently, an online platform was launched that provides ship owners and charterers with intermediary services in port dues payment. The platform manages the end-to-end process of port fees. Users can pay port dues in the system using the platform's extensive capabilities and tools.
Our company carefully monitors trends in the shipping market, has expertise in this area and is ready to offer customers effective solutions to optimize logistics processes. For example, develop a self-learning logistic system (application) that will allow you to calculate the exact time of a ship's approach to the port, build the optimal procedure for unloading and loading ships in the port, optimize the waiting time for a ship in the roadstead in the port water area, save fuel, build scenarios of mooring operations online (short, medium term), manage the operation of port cranes, build schedules for the supply of vehicles and unmanned platforms to cargo terminals and berths, improve the safety and reliability of port services.
Rail transport and logistics, AI solutions for them
We can develop and implement smart AI-based solutions for planning and managing rail transport.