Definition of the optimal route based on winds and tides_
Development of an algorithm taking into account weather data, waterway regulations and ship parameters, to calculate an optimal multi-criteria route (duration, consumption, power, safety, etc.).
Maritime transport (which represents 90 % of the commercial goods transported worldwide and 1/8th of the energy consumed in the transport sector) is constantly growing.
The IMO (International Maritime Organization) is working to reduce CO2 emissions by 70 % by 2050.
Optimising route could reduce their consumption and thus their environmental footprint by 10 to 20 %.
Benefits of OSE's solution_
Recovery, storage and processing of real-time data (weather) and static data (regulations)
Big data analysis and contextualisation
Development of a graph model to take this data into account
Development of different consumption models
Development of an optimisation algorithm for multiple criteria (journey time, energy consumption, safety, etc.)
Development of an algorithm taking into account weather data, waterway regulations and vessel parameters, to calculate an optimal multi-criteria route (duration, consumption, power, safety, etc.).
Route optimization: the benefit of the OSE solution_
In this route optimization project, we were able to take multiple parameters into account by creating a modular algorithmic architecture, thus facilitating the addition of new parameters.
4 OSE developers mobilised
In 6 months
Codevelopment with GTT, in charge of software development and marketing