Windward (LON:WNWD) is a pioneering Maritime AI™ company offering a comprehensive platform for risk management and maritime domain awareness. With advanced technology and extensive industry expertise, we help organizations overcome maritime challenges, predict future events, and drive success. As a publicly traded company on the London Stock Exchange since December 2021, we are committed to delivering innovative solutions and empowering our partners.
We are shaping the future of maritime intelligence by looking over the horizon to identify and build the solutions that organizations will need to stay ahead of the game.
We believe that we can always do better and are continuously upgrading our data and technologies to deliver better, faster, and more powerful maritime AI solutions for the entire maritime supply chain.
We have a proven maritime track record, with a combined experience of 200+ years from naval commanders, maritime data scientists, and maritime trade and shipping leaders.
We deliver fully transparent maritime intelligence and insights based on best-in-class data so our partners can be confident that they are making the best decisions for their business.
We are invested in helping our partners achieve their missions through our maritime intelligence platform and will always go the extra mile to get them there.
years of maritime domain expertise
Lord John Browne
Co-Founder and CEO
Co-Founder and Head of U.S.
VP Business Development & Growth
VP Business Services
VP General Counsel
Working at Windward means thriving on collaboration, teamwork and mutual success. We value each team member and ensure sufficient time and space for personal growth and professional development.
The quick highlights and analysis you need from the week in maritime global trade, powered by Maritime AI™ insights. The Houthis Badly Damaged a British Ship The Houthis rushed to claim they had sunk a Belize-flagged, British-registered cargo vessel off Yemen on Monday. The strikes on the Rubymar are the most damaging attacks by the…
A Regulatory Necessity & 4 Steps for Navigating 2024’s Sanctions Reality
Part 1 and 2 of this blog post series hopefully caught you up to speed on the historical sanctions shift and the 4 key factors affecting the sanctions balance. The landscape of maritime trade has transitioned from a relatively static environment, to a dynamic web of evolving regulations and emerging risks. Are You Ready for…
Illicit actors have been testing the patience and capabilities of coast guards and law enforcement agencies worldwide. One example was the Panama-flagged vessel smuggling 2.3 tons of cocaine from South America to Spain that turned into quite a high-stakes situation, according to The Guardian. This incident is reminiscent of past maritime drug busts Windward has…
San Diego was unseasonably sunny as Windward arrived at WEST 2024, but the swarms of people crossing Harbor Drive weren’t heading to the marinas. Instead, we were all heading to the convention center, where the conference took place. Many of the attendees spend their working hours close to the sea – in ports, on ships,…
The quick highlights and analysis you need from the week in maritime global trade, powered by Maritime AI™ insights. The LNG Pause The Biden-Harris Administration announced a temporary pause on pending approvals of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to non-free trade agreement (FTA) countries in the name of climate preservation. Organizations need to put technology,…
The TRUE Value of Avoiding FALSE Positives – 28 Suspicious Ships in Russia
Twenty eight vessels seemingly transmitting from land were detected by Windward experts using our Maritime AI™ platform yesterday. The situation is even more suspicious than it first appeared: the ships were actually transmitting from two Russian airports: the Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport and the Sheremetyevo International Airport. This seems like a cut-and-dried case. These must all…