Data is one of the biggest driving forces for change in our society. To understand how to make the most of this phenomenon, the Open Data Institute opened its doors to experts across industries to discuss the topic ‘Data for Safety’. As well as informative panels discussing the challenges and opportunities of data sharing, the […]
HiLo’s Maria Rodriguez Clemente has been sharing the HiLo message around the world with a recent presentation in Istanbul. Thank you to Shell Shipping and Maritime for hosting the South Europe and Mediterranean Shipowners’ Workshop. It was great to be part of discussions about the latest innovations in maritime safety and share some of what […]
There is a myth in the maritime industry that shipping companies don’t want to share safety data. HiLo debunked that myth in a presentation at the SAFETY4SEA London conference. As part of an expert panel talking about risk management in the maritime industry, Manit Chander talked about how we make it safe and worthwhile for […]
HiLo would like to thank the UK Government (Department for Transport) for including HiLo in its Maritime 2050 strategy which will put the UK at the forefront of maritime technology. As an industry leader in safety data analysis, HiLo has already seen risk reduction across our subscribers. We look forward to UK government support to […]
HiLo would like to thank V.Group, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement, and Maersk Line, Limited for their expertise in the final container workshop. We really appreciate your time and support. Please look out for the launch of the container model later this year, and contact enquiries @hilomrm.com or visit hilomrm.com if you want to get involved.
In January 2019 HiLo engaged with volunteer experts from leading container shipping companies to begin development of the latest HiLo risk model.
When HiLo was created, it came from the shipping industry’s need to improve safety. By bringing together experts in maritime operations, risk analysis and statistics, the founders created a system to help mariners avoid high impact events.
Development of HiLo’s container model will shortly be underway. To understand how HiLo can work with the container industry to improve safety, HiLo took part in the Container Ship Safety Forum (CSSF) conference in Hamburg. HiLo CEO Manit Chander presented.
HiLo's most important asset is its customer data. As a hub for maritime safety data, we understand our responsibility to our customers across the industry.