Ship Traffic in the Port of Miami
One day of ship traffic collected by Spire perfectly illustrates the challenge that the supply chain and its customers face.
There were 260 major natural disasters in 2016, creating an economic loss of $211 billion.
Many organizations, some of which may surprise you, are already using satellite AIS data from Spire to make a difference to both the world and their bottom line.
The daily flow of goods around the globe is a composite operation. Ships and planes provide a critical link but the entire process starts and ends far from a shore or an airport, and can be affected by outside factors like weather in extreme ways.
By combining maritime domain awareness, aviation surveillance, and weather data to machine learning and artificial intelligence platforms, your customers can make better decisions based on reduced risk and increased transparency. Spire can help provide predictive early weather warnings of en-route risks that can be resolved, mitigated, or communicated in the most efficient way possible.
Fusing electronic data interchange (EDI) and Satellite AIS data. How ClearMetal is modernizing maritime logistics by providing port alerts 31 hours faster.