AIS Industry use case

Defense and security

The defense community requires an accurate picture of the maritime domain in order to safely monitor their waters for impending threats

In the ever-changing marine environment, where there is a vital need for the persistent monitoring of human activity to forecast defense challenges, Spire Maritime AIS data has become a very powerful tool in the delivery of maritime domain awareness to a variety of maritime and geo-intelligence users.
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Tracking Ukraine’s efforts to export grain 

Russia continues to reject international requests to restore the Black Sea Grain Initiative, impacting the livelihoods of Ukraine’s farmers.

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Uncovering 8 billion dollars worth of spoofed oil exports using Spire Maritime’s AIS Position Validation

AIS Position Validation, a unique data solution only available from Spire Maritime, empowers governmental and commercial organizations to understand actual vessel movements, beyond the widely available data a vessel is reporting.

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Russian oligarch’s yachts – where are they now?

Some of Russia’s richest individuals have had some of their most prized assets immobilized or seized after Western governments imposed and enforced sanctions; others have scrambled to move them to safe havens around the world.

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Using AIS Data to validate stolen grain sales

Evidence of illegal grain shipments and sales continues to mount.

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Grain laundering: seeing who’s hiding in the dark shipping

You may have heard of money laundering, but what about “grain laundering”?

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ShipView: An environmental protection tool to fight oil pollution

Oil pollution wreaking devastation in the world’s oceans has a long, unfortunate history.

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Using AIS data to understand the destination of Ukrainian grain exports

Using AIS data, we looked into the reported destinations of ships leaving Ukraine under the Black Sea Grain Initiative and monitored them to get a sense of what is happening on the ground.

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Maritime AIS: Why data quality matters

For virtually any commercial business or organization (governmental or non-governmental) in the modern world, the collection of quality data is of elemental importance.

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