Nothing is left to chance when planning operations out to sea. Previously, our planners had to access several different systems to find all the relevant information - quite the time-consuming task.
But now they can hop into the Operational Planning Tool (OPT) dashboard to find all the information quickly. Additionally, a natural language processing (NLP) component is bringing previously hard to find information out in the open.
The AI tool digs into several data sources integrated in OPT, one of which are incident reports. Whenever an incident occurs on one of our assets, be it large or small, a case is created. This details the what, where and why of the event.
While the main purpose of these case reports is to prevent these incidents from happening again, we are now able to use them to provide our operational planners with a wealth of new knowledge.
“The business challenge has been to help our planners, discipline leaders and engineers improve risk management by providing a tool that links planned activities to lessons learned from the past," Jennifer Sampson, DCoE Knowledge AI team lead, says.