Nineteen sick crewmembers aboard the 584-foot cargo ship JS Comet were hoisted Tuesday evening from their anchored vessel three miles off Port Canaveral, Florida.
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Cambridge, ON – July 2, 2014– exactEarth Ltd., a leading provider of global maritime vessel data, is pleased to announce a new, expanded strategic alliance with Genscape Inc., the leading real-time energy information supplier to commercial markets. exactEarth and Genscape, having extremely complementary backgrounds and capabilities, are now looking to apply their respective technologies, resources, and experiences to jointly explore the development and distribution of AIS-based data products and services to customers around the globe
Cambridge, ON – June 24, 2014– exactEarth Ltd., a leading provider of global maritime vessel data, is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR). exactEarth is proudly joining the MEOPAR network as one of the first commercial partners and is excited to support new internships and various workshops, while also collaborating to further research and training activities within the MEOPAR network. In return, MEOPAR will now have access to the exactAIS® data service for use in multiple central projects across the maritime academic and research community of Canada.
Cambridge, ON – June 17, 2014 – exactEarth Ltd., the leading provider of global satellite AIS data services, recently celebrated the 6 year launch anniversary of its first dedicated AIS satellite-NTS. NTS was launched from Sriharikota, India on the PSLV-A1 rocket on April 28, 2008 and was originally built as an experimental AIS payload with a design life of 3 months. The satellite continues to be in good health today and has now completed 2235 days and 33100 orbits of the earth.
This past Sunday afternoon, the 90-meter-long Malta-registered cargo ship Kaisa was expected to arrive in the port of Helsingborg, Sweden. That afternoon, the Swedish Coast Guard’s Command Center received an alarm that the vessel had run aground in the entrance to the Helsingborg’s bulk port.