Sea developed an app for helping the shipping industry achieve optimal commercial performance whilst reducing carbon emissions for a digital shipping platform

Challenge:
Our client was using multiple data sources to calculate vessel’s optimal speed and estimated time of arrival (ETA) to reduce CO2.

Solution:
Sea’s team created an app that equips vessel owners with interactive maps, presenting operators with a calculation form and maps that showcase current and forecasted vessel routes, along with their respective Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA). The app also displays information such as vessel status, speed, draught, weather, market rates and more.

Methodology:
Our team developed a service for defining polygons with specific constraints and rendering them on a map while passing values to the optimizations service. The primary objective was to ensure accurate data display and enable smooth operation of all optimisation processes.

Additionally, we implemented automated map testing to establish a base of automatic tests, enabling us to maintain the quality of each new app version effectively.

Tech stack:

  • React.js
  • MapTiler
  • ASP.NET Core
  • FastAPI
  • AWS 3S
  • Azure
  • OpenCV
  • Python
  • deck.gl

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