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exactEarth Releases New Viewing Platform for Dynamic Shipping Information

Cambridge, ON- July 7, 2014— exactEarth Ltd., the leading provider of Satellite AIS data services, announced today the release of exactEarth ShipView™, providing customers with a modern web-based ship viewing tool. The ShipView platform is hosted entirely by exactEarth allowing users access from anywhere, any time.

ShipView was built with the maritime operational needs of exactEarth customers in mind and has a rich set of filtering and analysis tools to allow for critical decisions to be made faster than ever before. Drawing off the success of the exactAIS Viewer, many of the same important features are found in ShipView with the addition of new useful tools including single line searching and downloadable data allowing for seamless interoperability.

“exactEarth ShipView represents the next generation of a ship viewing platform” commented Taylor Nicholls, Product Manager of Geospatial Services at exactEarth.  “Here at exactEarth, we’re committed to bringing our customers the best Satellite AIS data solutions and products available on the market. ShipView is an extension of that commitment and is the perfect viewing tool for quickly assessing all maritime traffic currently traversing our oceans.”

About exactEarth Ltd.

exactEarth, based in Cambridge, Ontario, is a data services company providing the most advanced information on global maritime traffic available today.  Our premium service, exactAIS®, delivers an unrivalled view of the recognized maritime picture at a global scale. Offering fully secure data in a variety of industry standard formats and delivery methods, exactEarth’s data provides real value for a wide range of operational maritime applications delivering operational efficiencies, enhancing security, safeguarding the environment, and assisting in saving lives.  For more information, visit our website at www.exactearth.com.

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