searoutes.com cooperates now with the port of Marseille and ZeBox to roll-out our KI / Machinelearning based routing Algorithm to calculate and reduce Carbon Emissions. Our CEO Pierre Garreau has explained our vision for green routing and how to utilize KI and Machine Learning methods for smarter speed and route planning on a press conference in Marseille on 7. February 2019 in Marseille.
HAMBURG – July 16, 2018 – MariApps, a Bernhard Schulte company that offers latest technology marine enterprise solutions to ship owners and ship managers has agreed on a deal with searoutes.com. Searoutes.com, a Hamburg based maritime technology startup, developing their groundbreaking API that provides port-to-port, port-to-point and point-to-point distance calculation solutions that include port information, voyage & route planning and accurate fuel-cost predictions has started cooperating with MariApps on 12.06.2018.
MariApps has integrated the interface to the Pre-Voyage Calculation function of the PAL Chartering Module to enhance the Voyage Planning tool. By means of the integration, the Voyage Planning tool has become even more swift, flexible and realistic. Searoutes’ extensive machine learning functionality provides automatic calculation of all distances and their respective time frames including extra conditional routing options such as avoiding avoiding SECA or high risk areas.
We are happy to let everone know that we have received now more than 10.000 registered Users and that searoutes.com is probably now the largest ocean routing service in the web.
We have a lot of more plans & features to develop and we will come up with some exciting news soon !
Our CEO Carsten will spend a week in Rotterdam, having some fries, Heineken and talks during the Europort Exhibition from 7. November till 10. November.
If you are around and you want to get more details aboutsearoutes.com our apis and what we will develop in the future – please contact us via Linkedin, facebook or send us a note via our contact page.
Pierre & me went to Rotterdam to participate on the WPH#2017 last weekend. It was hosted in the old Van Nelle Fabriek, which is an amazing building little bit outside of Rotterdam.
During the event, we met Lara, a student girl from London, who joined us as a designer. It was great to work with Lara and she really did an amazing job. I really looking forward to see her again in Hamburg to work with her on some more things. The organization of the event was terrific and we met a lot of old and made a lot of new friends. It was also great to see that two teams from Israel participated, one of these teams were guided by my friend Nir Gartzman who later took the winning trophy with him.
Our idea : Super Smart Tugs– brought us into the final and we competed against 8 other teams on the big stage. We didnt finally win, but everyone was happy with the results and the winner team deserved the victory and the champagne.
Finally, an outstanding hackathon with high class organization and high skilled people.
We hope that we can also organize an hackathon in 2018 in Hamburg and welcome a lot of our new and old friends from Rotterdamand the rest of the world.