Innovation Challenges

Challenge Owner(s)
K Line, Hapag-Lloyd, Ocean Network Express, Yusen Logistics
Organiser(s)
Symphony Creative Solutions, NUS Enterprise, Padang & Co
Industry Type(s)
Digital/ICT, Logistics, Sea Transport
Application Start Date 26 February 2020
Application End Date 10 June 2020
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About Challenge

Oh-three, year three, we’re going bigger, further, deeper! We’re moving more things around the world faster, further and deeper. Sail with us and explore the trillions of opportunities out there! #O3Voyage2020

We welcome onboard more partners and more problem statements this year, so get ready to anchor your ideas with us!

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are the two buzzwords in the development of technology, but how can they be applied in the world of shipping? Meanwhile, the hardware and processes that have always been there could not have been neglected. How can we work on these to bring about innovation in shipping? Join us in these two tracks of innovation, where selected ideas will get to go on trial with our corporate partners


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Industry Types(s)
Digital/ICT, Marine & Offshore

How can we break away from the conventional 2D drawings of vessels?
Industry Types(s)Digital/ICT

How can we effectively digitize the systematic processing and recording of our contracts with various vendors, which would enable future in-depth analyses?

How can we use technology to determine the condition of the container without physical inspection?

How can we exchange data accurately with non-system integrated CFS efficiently and promptly?
Industry Types(s)Digital/ICT

How can we accurately and efficiently manage and track roll trailers movements and conditions?
Industry Types(s)Digital/ICT

How can we make use of publicly available data to improve predictions in arrival times of liners?
Industry Types(s)Digital/ICT

With short historical data and non-digital determinant factors, can we still adopt dynamic pricing?
Industry Types(s)Marine & Offshore

How can we gather enough information from open sourced intelligence to have a good oversight on the conditions of charter vessels?