By accelerating the adoption of digital technology for safety, we aim to make the world a safer place.
Our Safetytech program is a joint initiative with Lloyd’s Register, one of the world’s leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology and Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a charitable foundation helping to protect life and property by supporting engineering-related education, public engagement and the application of research.
Round 2 Challenges
Marine Incident Insights
This challenge, set in conjunction with Scorpio, seeks to help ship operators gather data about and analyse the behaviours of crew and the onboard work environment, whilst safeguarding user privacy, to develop a deeper understanding of why wrong decisions happen and ultimately to improve processes, training and staffing to reduce risk of human error incidents.
Psychological & Emotional Health
The challenge set in partnership with Pacific International Lines (PIL), seeks innovative methods to assess the psychological and emotional wellbeing of individual crew members in real-time, whilst they are onboard and before they are about to go on duty, whilst protecting user privacy.
Real-time Error Detection
This challenge, set in conjunction with Infratek, seeks innovative proposals for solutions that can harness the capabilities of computer vision, artificial intelligence and machine learning to not only improve how quickly errors are spotted in work on infrastructure assets, but to go further to offer real-time detection and feedback to the worker prior to leaving site to ensure the job is done right the first time, and improve safety for the worker and third parties.
Video Detection: Falling Objects
This challenge, set in conjunction with Odfjell Drilling is seeking innovative solutions using computer vision and image processing to analyse drilling sites’ existing closed-circuit camera network to enable operators to detect significant changes to an oil drilling rig infrastructure that could result in falling objects injuring workers and damaging the asset.
Our focus areas include:
- Autonomous systems
- High-hazard industries
- Transport & manufacturing
- Fossil-fueled transport
- Safe supply chains for medical waste
- Maritime, sea, & water
- Food supply chains
- Infrastructure & construction
Innovation Day 2: Nov 28th 2018
After a successful Innovation Day 1 in Hamburg with four pilot winners chosen, we are returning to London, United Kingdom for the second showdown. Our application process is currently underway, searching for the top startups to solve four safety challenges put forward by our corporate sponsors. We will select the top three startups for each challenge to present in London all hoping to land a funded pilot courtesy of Lloyd's Register Foundation.
- Marine Incident Insights (sponsored by Scorpio)
- Determining master’s and crew’s psychological and emotional health (sponsored by PIL)
- AI-driven real-time error detection (sponsored by Infratek)
- Video detection of physical asset changes to prevent falling objects (sponsored by Odjfell Drilling)