.NET Rocks!

Combating Illegal Fishing using Machine Learning with Carmel Eve and Jess Panni

Episode #1674 Thursday, February 13, 2020

Technology doing good! While at NDC in London, Carl and Richard sat down with Carmel Eve and Jess Panni to talk about a project with OceanMind to use machine learning technology to track ships committing illegal acts. The conversation explores the nature of illegal fishing, but also how ships are used to smuggle drugs, human smuggling and slavery. OceanMind has worked on these problems for years, and the Endjin team has moved them onto Azure to increase their capabilities - an exciting story of AI!


Jess Panni

Jess Panni has over 20 years experience helping companies succeed through the smart use of technology. He has spent most of his career working for leading Microsoft partners across the UK and Australia and is now Principal at endjin, helping customers to become modern, efficient, data-driven, secure, cloud-first organizations.

Carmel Eve

Carmel Eve is a software engineer at endjin, focusing on using .NET and Azure solutions for reactive data processing. Through her work she has gained a lot of experience in designing and building cloud-facing data architectures for processing large volumes of data quickly and efficiently.


An error has occurred. This application may no longer respond until reloaded. Reload ×