Using technology developed by Orca AI, the autonomous cargo ship Suzaka has successfully completed its nearly 800-kilometer voyage off the east coast of Japan. It was recorded that the autonomous container ship traveled without a driver for about 40 hours.
Using technology developed by Israel-based artificial intelligence company Orca AI, the autonomous container ship Suzaka has successfully completed its 800-kilometer voyage off the east coast of Japan. Using artificial intelligence technology, vision sensors and embedded cameras, the autonomous cargo ship was able to travel from Tokyo Bay to Ise Bay without crashing into a total of 400 to 500 ships. It was stated that 40 percent of the ship's voyage, which lasted approximately 99 hours, did not involve any human intervention.
Equipped with a system that provides real-time detection, tracking, classification and range estimation with the help of 360 onboard cameras that provide 18 ° vision day and night, the autonomous container ship performed 107 evasive maneuvers.