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MarineTraffic Partners With exactEarth

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Posted by Michelle Howard

MarineTraffic is partnering with exactEarth to deliver additional real-time information to its users.

The additional satellite data compliments the MarineTraffic coastal receiver network: the world's largest and most extensive system consisting of 3,500 points of presence allowing for real-time vessel tracking data of most of the global shipping fleet.

The addition of exactEarth data to the existing satellite dataset on MarineTraffic will particularly enhance the visibility of vessels in both the Gulf of Mexico and the South China Sea.

Jun 13, 2019

 

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