AIS Industry use case

Illegal fishing

Spire Maritime AIS data provides the data necessary to establish fishery protection measures that deter vessels from over fishing or fishing illegally

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Several decades of overfishing in most of the world’s major fisheries has created large declines in many commercially important fish populations across the world.

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing is recognized as a major threat to achieving sustainable fisheries today. Spire AIS data can play an integral role in the prosecution of violators by maritime authorities.

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