Cambridge, ON- October 26, 2011— exactAIS has now proven its ability to pick up Class B signals as well. exactAIS® data was recently used in tracking yachts participating in the Global Ocean Race sponsored by the International Sailing Federation. After seeing the benefits of exactAIS tracking, the race organizers are considering making it a requirement for boats to keep their AIS on while transiting the Southern Ocean on its race course.
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Cambridge, ON- October 14, 2011— exactEarth announced today that it has surpassed the 3 billion mark for maritime vessel location messages delivered to its customers to date in 2011.
With a growing, advanced high performance satellite constellation coupled with a dedicated data processing center in Toronto, Canada, exactEarth is delivering an unprecedented operational capability of Satellite Automatic Identification System (S-AIS) for maritime vessel monitoring.
In continuous operation since 2009, delivering the highest quality data and system performance to Maritime Agencies across 5 continents, exactEarth continues to prove its ability to deliver operational maritime vessel information from space.
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exactAIS Constellation Continues to Grow
CAMBRIDGE, ON – August 17, 2011 - exactEarth Ltd., a leading provider of satellite AIS data services, announced the successful launch of two advanced AIS satellites designed to extend its exactAIS constellation and increase the capacity of its global vessel monitoring service. The two spacecraft were built by SpaceQuest, Ltd. and exactEarth will take ownership after the successful completion of in-orbit testing, which is expected to be concluded within 90 days. These satellites incorporate next generation advanced AIS payloads designed to further improve AIS message detection from space. The addition of these spacecraft will bring the exactEarth constellation to five operational satellites.
Cambridge, ON – June 9, 2011 — exactEarth Ltd., a leading provider of satellite AIS data services, today announced that it has recently booked multiple orders for exactAIStm, its global vessel tracking and monitoring system. The orders, which have been placed by government agencies in several countries including principally South Africa and Japan, are in excess of CDN $2 million over the next 12 months.