AIS Industry use case

Logistics and supply chain

AIS data allows for monitoring the global supply chain

Learning of a delay or break in the supply chain too late can cost thousands or even millions of dollars. Spire AIS vessel tracking data provides insight into delays en route to help minimize the impact of a break while also helping to better manage ETAs for more efficient use of resources at port.

An accurate picture of the ship’s voyage and potential alternative routes are critical to avoid the day-to-day cost implications of a significant break.

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