In December 2019, we equipped 200 fishing vessels in Myanmar. The EMA Group won the VMS tender for 12-15 million vessels in 2013. There are currently 100 fishing vessels in the facility. BigOceanData is now working with Maersk Line to optimize the ship tracking system for its internal systems. About exactEarth Ltd.exactEarth is a leading provider of global marine data for marine tracking and marine awareness solutions. Since its inception in 2009, exactEarth has developed a powerful new maritime surveillance method called satellite AIS (“S-AIS”) and has provided its customers with an overview of marine behaviour in all regions of the oceans that are not limited by land restrictions. exactEarth has established an operational data processing supply chain with a constellation of satellites, ground receiving stations, patented decoding algorithms, and advanced big data processing and distribution equipment. This revolutionary system provides an overview of the location of AIS-equipped sea ships worldwide and accurately provides data and information services with high performance, reliability, safety and simplicity in major international markets. For more information, see exactearth.com. “This is an important strategic victory and a major step forward for our small ship tracking initiative,” said Peter Mabson, CEO of Earth. “MOFAD needs a high-performance, reliable and compliant marine surveillance solution to protect its critical fishing industry, and our ability to pursue small vessels will be an integral part of helping them achieve this goal. This reflects the growing opportunity for our ship tracking solutions, large and small, and for our reputation for having the first satellite AIS solution on the market.
Pole Star`s Ship Tracking Service uses mixed satellite tracking technology (including Inmarsat-C, IsatData Pro and AIS) to provide reliable real-time information. Our systems indicate event notifications, customizable areas (including EACs, EAEs, high-risk areas, environmental and regulatory zones), weather layers and historic trails. CAMBRIDGE, ON, August 16, 2016 /CNW/ – exactEarth Ltd. (TSX: XCT) (the “company” (says it was selected by the Fisheries Commission (West Africa Regional Fisheries Programme), an agency of the Ghana government`s Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development (MOFAD), to provide satellite aiS services and a small solution for vessel tracking. The contract is in the range of $1.0 million to $2.0 million over a 12-month period and will allow Ghana to acquire the technology needed to monitor its extensive coastlines and discourage illegal fishing in its national waters.