#OceansX uses ‘oceans’ as it’s metaphor. Everything is connected by our oceans. Every individual drop finds it’s own wave to thrive. These collective Xplorations reach out high above the ocean surface. Once they reached their full potential they return to be part of that same oceans again.

OceansX understands everything has a limit except our collective #humanpotential.

Listing our achievements of 2022 might be what you would expect on this day. But that’s not OceansX-like. We don’t claim achievements, we facilitate them and see them as new points of departure.

What we do is set our milestones for 2023. In order for collective potential to find it’s way to generate a new waves.

Our ‘23 milestones (not limiting):

👉 #XplorationCrewSupport (Feb 2023) showcasing our Minimum Viable Infrastructure for #federatedlearning in the maritime sector and opening up to memberships for all;

👉 #XplorationCoastlineCuraçao #UNwaterconference side event (March 2023) to facilitate government of the Kingdom and international aid organizations to take their role;

👉 #XplorationCoastlineCuraçao #BOOST-event (9-11th of May in Curaçao) to facilitate local agricultural entrepreneurs, environmental organizations and landowners to propose a their own land development concept;

👉 #XplorationISAMO (Oct 2023) completing a year of air sampling to understand #methanereduction cycles over the Atlantic Ocean;

👉 New ones coming up soon… keep you posted.

To all fellow #Xplorers – thank you for being you! Let’s keep spreading our Xploring #mindset.

To all #partners and #relations – let’s keep #Xploring together in 2023!

Happy New Year!

Great momentum in #Berlin with #XplorationCrewSupport!

Xploration Crew Support is all about expediting the ideation, creation and learning of #ML-algorithms to expedite collective value for #seafarers and their #maritime environment.

Xploration Crew Support facilitates an inclusive, sovereign #datainfrastructure that enables #federatedlearning. Don’t underestimate the social #governance and required #BOOSTX-events to unleash our collective #humanpotential!

Let’s Xplore with Richard Büssow, Florian Stark and Anja Vedder to #optimize matchmaking between federated ML-models and local installations.

For more information get in touch!

#Members – Industrial Analytics IA GmbH BranchKey Van Oord Koninklijke Marine Damen Stolt-Nielsen Limited

#Xplorers – Wieger Tiddens Diarmuid Kelly Floyd Alfonso Ronald van der Hout Ignacio Q. Edo van der Velde Dirk Holmen Rutger Blaauw Bart Pollmann Maaike Teunisse Marco André Wedemeyer Nikolaos Sakellaridis Matthijs Richelle Arie Schaap

Anyone else operationalize #federatedlearning in the #maritimesector today?

If so, let us know… we love to #connect.
If not, let us know… we love to #connect.

Hitting our second #milestone with #XplorationCrewSupport.
👉Anomaly detection model on seawater pumps distributed and learning on different (local) databases. For the next months we will be finalizing the aggregation and the ‘how to use me file’ for future members of our inclusive federation #infrastructure;
👉Upgrading our physical pump performance prediction model with additional simulated and real data, adding a LSTM-model and validating it in our common #garage;
👉Proceeding with an anomoly detection model for engines;
👉Xploring our unique governance structure by testing our manifest, membership agreement, (shared) value model and license for extracting stand-alone profits;
👉This was #fun! Let’s keep #Xploring.

Many thanks to fellow #Xplorers – Diarmuid Kelly Marco André Wedemeyer Ignacio Q. Maaike Teunisse Floyd Alfonso Nikolaos Sakellaridis Wieger Tiddens Ronald van der Hout Roel Karstens Edo van der Velde Paul Jacob Bins Dominique Nieuwpoort – van ‘t Hof Arie Schaap Matthijs Richelle Dirk Holmen Rutger Blaauw Florian Stark

Thanks for the support – Koninklijke Marine Damen Stolt-Nielsen Limited Van Oord BranchKey Industrial Analytics IA GmbH

#Milestone number 2 #XplorationCoastline – on time and on track!

Xploration Crew Support is about building and facilitating a sovereign #federatedlearning data infrastructure to reduce crew workload, optimize maintenance efficiency and enhance operational readiness.

Two models to test the #MVP of our infrastructure:

Model 1 – provides performance over time of a seawater pumps
Model 2 – detects anomalies in seawater pump performance

Both models will be provided with a ‘how to use me file’ to enable federated learning (algorithm-2-data transfer) within our infrastructure. This way more data and/or failures are provided to expedite #machinelearning of the model. This increases the accuracy of the model in a significantly shorter timeframe.

Interested to join in as a researcher, data scientist, ship-owner of ship-supplier? Let us know!

Xploration Crew Support’s governance structure is inclusive and open. Just bring the right attitude – because we’re on a mission!

Let’s do this…

Thanks for the support: Koninklijke Marine, Van Oord, Damen, Stolt-Nielsen Limited, Vessel Performance Centre, BranchKey, OceansX

But it’s the #Xplorers that make the trust, collaboration and impact real – thanks for being you.

Great deep dive with members of #XplorationCrewSupport – driving a sovereign federated learning infrastructure in the #maritimesector!

We are crushing it… love the #trust, #connection and #focus!

Sensors, data, algorithms and federated learning are able to provide workload reductions, enhance sustainability and trigger new business cases.

Engaging the crew remains crucial. At the fore-end to enrich the data-set by logging routine incidents and at the back-end changing their attitude and behaviour based on #ML feedback.

So let’s not forget the soft stuff! #OceansX – everything has a limit, except human potential.

Interested how we are working towards our 2nd Xploration milestone?
Interested to join as ship-owner, ship-supplier or AI-specialist?

Shout out!

Stolt Tankers Van Oord Damen Koninklijke Marine
Matthijs Richelle Arie Schaap Floyd Alfonso Edo van der Velde Marco André Wedemeyer Diarmuid Kelly Wieger Tiddens Paul Jacob Bins Rutger Blaauw Dirk Holmen Dominique Nieuwpoort – van ‘t Hof Tom Busse Nikolaos Sakellaridis