Seawell gathers general wellness data from crew members aboard any maritime vessel. The data will include voluntary submissions by crew members daily to provide the probability of accidents or injuries at an individual and vessel level. Injuries aboard maritime vessels can cause significant environmental damage if resources are needed to provide said crew member with medical attention such as; altering ship course, allocation of rescue resources which rely on fossil fuels, and the greater carbon footprint that will occur when vessel activities are lengthened. The propensity for maritime accidents increases in emergency situations arise.
Accidents are also something that Seawell looks to help companies address by monitoring the wellness of their crew. Accidents aboard vessels can result in major environmental damages if they are significant. Seawell is aware of the exponential risk for environmental damage in any setting that involves water because of the delicate ecosystems. If the d...
Seawell gathers general wellness data from crew members aboard any maritime vessel. The data will include voluntary submissions by crew members daily to provide the probability of accidents or injuries at an individual and vessel level. Injuries aboard maritime vessels can cause significant environmental damage if resources are needed to provide said crew member with medical attention such as; altering ship course, allocation of rescue resources which rely on fossil fuels, and the greater carbon footprint that will occur when vessel activities are lengthened. The propensity for maritime accidents increases in emergency situations arise.
Accidents are also something that Seawell looks to help companies address by monitoring the wellness of their crew. Accidents aboard vessels can result in major environmental damages if they are significant. Seawell is aware of the exponential risk for environmental damage in any setting that involves water because of the delicate ecosystems. If the data that Seawell is collecting can prevent even a single accident not only is the company represented well, but the surrounding ecosystems are protected.
The applications of collecting wellness data are extensive and after proof of concept the model can be extended to any companies that operate to the maritime industry. The incentive for the companies to employ the system that we would develop is the decrease of injuries and accidents aboard their vessels which has major monetary and ecological ramifications. Seawell also hopes to offer lower incentives for insurance premiums with the use of the platforms.
The platform that Seawell would build would be aboard vessels on local tablets where crew members can enter wellness information that will be gathered in real time using the network available each vessel. Seawell would take advantage of low latency pub sub messaging systems to collect the data to not disrupt vessel activities. Real time alerts could be sent to key personnel within the company for accident avoidance measures to be taken. As this is currently only a concept, we could also provide hardware for individual crew members. The incentive for crew members could be periodical bonuses provided by the company which is offset by the lower premiums. But, at the very least if a proof of concept can be achieved, then the financial gain by the companies would negate crew bonuses. Essentially, Seawell would provide support for the avoidance of maritime injuries and acciden
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Miles Klingenberg CEO I am a Machine Learning Engineer working for Trident Seafoods. I have been involved in the maritime and seafood industry my entire career.