AIS maritime data & vessel tracking
Spire Maritime 2.0 provides global vessel tracking data and vessel characteristics, combining Terrestrial AIS, Satellite AIS and Dynamic AIS™
What’s new with Spire Maritime 2.0?
The newest update to our Maritime solution brings improved performance and data quality, and new, innovative ways to interact with our smart, clean data.
Duplicate MMSIs and IMOs clean-up
Spire Maritime 2.0 introduces a logic that identifies correct vessel tracks and removes duplicate MMSI or IMO entries. The result is a cleaner, more practical data feed.
20% more global terrestrial AIS data
Starting with Maritime 2.0, our customers will get a 20% increase in Terrestrial AIS data, seamlessly delivered through our API feeds.
Spire Maritime 2.0 introduces GraphQL, an open-source data query language to request and subscribe to only the data fields you are interested in, via a sole data endpoint.
“As data volumes increase, customer requirements expand and diversify, and technology evolves, it is integral for data providers to continuously improve how they deliver their data.
It is innovations such as the Maritime 2.0 GraphQL API that embodies why Spire are leaders in AIS data and delivery.”
How does Maritime AIS data solve your challenges?
Using our API, you can run queries by MMSI, vessel name, call signs, AIS class type (A or B), vessel type, and more, making them ideal to develop applications that integrate vessel tracking and maritime information.
How can application developers use Spire Maritime AIS data?
- Track all vessels or specific subsegments
- Develop vessel route efficiency functionalities
- Estimate and optimize vessel emissions
- Estimate raw commodity cargo
Shipping & Logistics
Global supply chain operators and port operators depend on accurate, relevant tracking data and shipping analytics to monitor costs and cargo, ensure safety, and drive efficiency.
How can shipping & logistics companies use Spire Maritime AIS data?
- Analyze your fleet traffic and individual vessel voyages
- Optimize shipping operations, optimize fuel and carbon emissions
- Integrate sea-air-road and enhance supply chain visibility
- Enhance port slot reservation and optimize costs
Port operators depend on accurate data for optimizing short and long term operations.
How can port operators use Spire Maritime AIS data?
- Track incoming vessels, including reliable estimated time of arrival
- Plan berths and resource allocation
- Optimize daily port operations
- Monitor and respond to crisis events
Industry use cases
Predicting port berth arrivals
How Clearmetal created a machine learning engine to provide port alerts 31 hours faster to help optimize operations and costs.Read more
Using satellite AIS Data to track maritime supply chain
How Gravity Supply Chain uses AIS to provide end-to-end supply chain visibility for greater management control.Read more
AIS data applied to dry cargo
How Shipfix uses Spire AIS data to generate powerful trade flow insights in one easy to use interface.Read more