exactEarth, a subsidiary of Canadian satellite component manufacturer ComDev, has a small constellation of sensors in orbit that can detect the Automatic Identification System (AIS) signals broadcast by ships.
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A North Korean freighter, the Mu Du Bong, sailing from Havana, Cuba has reportedly run aground in the Gulf of Mexico on Monday, outside of the Mexican port of Tuxpan.
Cambridge, ON- July 14, 2014— exactEarth Ltd., the leading provider of Satellite AIS data services, announced today the release of exactAIS Density Maps™, providing customers with an easy and quick method to view the millions of ship AIS messages produced by the exactAIS® service.
Shrapnel from rockets landed on the deck of a German cruise ship as it left the Israeli port of Ashdod. The 2,000-plus passenger ship AIDAdiva was leaving the Israeli Mediterranean port at around 8:30pm yesterday when sirens began to sound, warning Israeli cities of attacks.
Cambridge, ON- July 7, 2014— exactEarth Ltd., the leading provider of Satellite AIS data services, announced today the release of exactEarth ShipView™, providing customers with a modern web-based ship viewing tool. The ShipView platform is hosted entirely by exactEarth allowing users access from anywhere, any time.