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The numbers speak for themselves: 75k unique vessels per day, 300k+ vessels in our database, and more than 5 million messages all coming from 40 satellites.
Today, Spire Global Inc. announces two new machine learning and analytics products backed by data from the world’s largest constellation of ship-tracking satellites. Both products make finding vessels and information about them easier and faster by utilizing Spire’s easily accessible analytics API.
Lobster is not only seen as a luxury food item but, according to the Maine Department of Marine Resources, is an over $500m industry with over 130m pounds of the crustacean caught in the Gulf of Maine last year alone.
As the sun sets, that process of ionization decreases until just a trickle of radiation remains for ionization. Most of the electrons and ions recombine to return to a non-charged state. That is, of course, unless there is a solar eclipse.
The Arctic Circle isn’t a place that one would commonly think of as bustling with human activity. Most of the time it is not, but as the North Pole warms and sea ice melts during the summer months, the region becomes a bustling metropolis of ship movement.
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