Cambridge, ON – December 1, 2014 – exactEarth Ltd., the leading provider of satellite AIS data services, announced today the successful integration of three advanced in-orbit AIS satellites into its exactView constellation through a contract under which exactEarth purchased one satellite and is acquiring data from two more under license. The data from these three additional AIS satellites significantly increases the capacity of exactEarth's global vessel monitoring service, expands exactEarth's AIS network to eight satellites, and further enhances exactEarth's world-leading AIS message detection performance from space.
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