Autonomous doesn't mean unmanned

Shone retrofits manned ships with autonomous technologies to improve the safety, security and quality of life of the men and women who sail the seas every day and bravely fuel our global economy.

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Autonomous doesn't mean unmanned

Shone retrofits manned ships with autonomous technologies to improve the safety, security and quality of life of the men and women who sail the seas every day and bravely fuel our global economy.

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Super-human hazard detection

Shone proprietary detection algorithm (based on data gathered from the ship sensors AIS, radar and GPS and added cameras on board) analyses the surrounding of the ship and predicts the behavior of the other vessels around. The system is active 24/7 with no downtime and works in every weather situation.

Super-human hazard detection

Shone proprietary detection algorithm (based on data gathered from the ship sensors AIS, radar and GPS and added cameras onboard) analyses the surrounding of the ship and predicts the behavior of the other vessels around. The system is active 24/7 with no downtime and works in every weather situation.

Watchkeeper fatigue reduction

The interface is specially designed to simplify navigation and reduce fatigue of navigation officers. We provide an always-on lookout to assist watch officers and alert them to prevent incidents.

“CMA CGM has built its success on strong entrepreneurial values and constant innovations. That is why we decided to allow the Shone team to board some of our ships to develop their ideas and their potential.”
Jean-Baptiste Boutillier, deputy vice president at CMA CGM
"The only realistic approach to autonomy I’ve seen so far."
Michel de Bressy, Axa Marine

They already embarked on the future with Shone

CMA CGM, one of the world leaders in the shipping industry is actively using Shone technology to help the crew navigate and gather real time data from their fleet. The data our system collect everyday allow our machine learning based algorithms to continuously learn to handle navigation situations in the best way possible.

“What is particularly interesting for CMA CGM is what artificial intelligence can bring to systems on board container ships in terms of safety. AI will facilitate the work of crews on board, whether in decision support, maritime safety or piloting assistance.”
Jean-Baptiste Boutillier, deputy vice president at CMA CGM

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