Orca AI, which puts computer vision onto cargo ships, raises $13M Series A funding

23 Apr, 2021

Orca AI, which puts computer vision onto cargo ships, raises $13M Series A funding
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– Israeli startup Orca AI raised $13m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by OCV Partners, with principal Zohar Loshitzer joining Orca AI’s board.
Mizmaa Ventures and Playfair Capital also participated.
– The company was founded by naval technology experts Yarden Gross and Dor Raviv.
– The latter is a former Israel navy computer vision expert.
– Customers include Kirby, Ray Car Carriers and NYK.
– Orca AI’s AI-based navigation and vessel tracking system supports ships in difficult to tricky to navigate situations and congested waterways, using vision sensors, thermal and low-light cameras, plus algorithms that look at the environment and alert crews to dangerous situations.

Artificial Intelligence Industrial Intelligent Systems Marine Transportation North Africa and the Middle East Public Safety Shipping
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