|exactEarth opens two-year global AIS archive|
|Monday, 23 January 2012 17:21|
Satellite AIS data services provider exactEarth, has announced the release of its two-year archive of global maritime vessel locations as a commercially available product.
With over 250 million maritime vessel locations dating back to July 2010, exactAIS Archive offers a historical record of global shipping covering every part of the world’s oceans. The archive can be accessed using a wide selection of search criteria, including:
With access to the archive, customers can use the data to gain improved historical insight and knowledge for vessels in any maritime areas of interest.
For further information, contact:exactEarth, Canada Web: www.exactearth.com
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