Indian global technology company CronJ has recently completed an AI-based digitization project for Saudi Arabia Coast Guard.
The next-generation tech firm CronJ provides products related to security, surveillance, and safety using the latest digitization and machine vision technologies.
Monu Kumar, CEO of CronJ said, “Coast guard was looking for advanced automatic cognitive decision-making solutions for any kind of threat or intrusion in the sea 24×7 through multiple media like email, WhatsApp message, and hooter or buzzer. Meanwhile, CronJ’s AI solution was able to fulfill their expectations, which further led to the award of the new projects.”
“We invested in UAE to cater AI initiative of Government in the GCC region, especially UAE strategy for Artificial Intelligence, a major initiative in the UAE Centennial 2071 objectives, and Saudi Arabia’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy, which is expected to contribute an estimated $133 billion (500 billion riyals) to gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030.”
“The real challenge while working on the project was to understand the ocean waves behavior concerning the full moon, day-night, and season. The team has done the Meteorological study of ocean historic data for the last 20 years. Then we have done the ocean behavioral modeling mapped with our machine learning model. It was one of the unique intrusion use cases where the environment was changing concerning time,” Mr. Kumar further added.
CronJ Technologies is a next-generation global technology company that serves leading enterprises across key industries. The company also aims to encourage startups to reimagine their industries for the digital age.
The company is currently working for several leading enterprises across various sectors by offering various services and products, including, IT solutions, Machine Learning (ML) services, Intellectual Property (IP) products, IoT (Internet of things), data science, Cybersecurity, Analytics, and Data Services. The tech company has gained the trust of 500 businesses, including Nokia Networks, Linde, Unilever, Verizon, and so on.