Sinay’s software, in combination with the data that Marlin SmartPort manages, provides ports and harbours with better intelligence to optimise operations such as berth conflict avoidance, thereby improving safety and profitability, while reducing fuel consumption and emissions.
“We are excited to partner with ION and see this partnership as a testament to the trust and expertise Sinay is recognised for in the market for its AI-powered algorithms,” said David Lelouvier, managing director at Sinay. “Together, we hope to improve port and harbour operations and sustainability through digitalisation.”
“We are delighted to partner with Sinay and expand our AI capabilities in Marlin SmartPort,” said Stuart Darling, senior vice president of ION’s Software group. “Through our partnership with Sinay and others, we will continue to digitise the port and harbour ecosystem with leading technologies to provide a comprehensive solution in Marlin SmartPort.”